We take data privacy and protection seriously, therefore we are compliant with the General Regulation of Data Protection – Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 April 2016 – on the protection of natural persons with regard to the processing of personal data.
a) About us
The HOPE Project (“we,” “us,” “our,” “HOPE Project”, “HOPE”) stands for “HOPE – HOlistic radicalisation Prevention initiativE” is a transnational project funded by Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway through the EEA and Norway Grants Fund for Regional Cooperation.
The HOPE project’s main goal is to develop a network for continuous training and knowledge sharing about radicalisation and violent extremism prevention in the Balkan, Southern and Eastern European countries.
HOPE is implemented by a consortium of partner organisations whose promoter is Innovative Prison Systems (IPS). This entity is a registered brand name of QUALIFY JUST – IT Solutions and Consulting Ltd, a company headquartered in Portugal. Find out more about our implementation partners.
IPS is a boutique research and consulting company in the field of criminal justice, namely prison and probation systems, juvenile justice, and law enforcement. IPS takes part in several transnational projects involving many organisations, from the public to private and third sectors, which perform in the field of justice. Click to find out more about IPS’ Services, Projects, and Partners.
b) Key Terms
- “Contact” is a person for whom we have some information about, at least an email address, that has been given at some point by the contact;
- “Personal information” means any information that identifies or can be used to identify a Contact, or a Visitor, directly or indirectly. Examples of personal information include, but are not limited to, first and last name, email address, company or organisation they work with, job position, or other demographic information;
- “Visitor” means any person who visits any of our websites;
- “You” and “your”, depending on the context, means either a contact or a visitor.
c) How we collect personal data
We collect personal data from you when you request information through a contact form on our website or Register to join the HOPE Radicalisation Network as a member or sign up to our contact list, or apply for a role on our sites.
Personal data we collect might include your first name, last name, occupation, organisation or company your belong to, country, e-mail address, the reason for your contact, and/or any other information contained in your communication with us.
d) How we process personal data
We use Hubspot CRM and Sendinblue as marketing and communication management tools to help us manage data as well as to communicate through email with those connections who have expressed their willingness to receive our email updates. Both of those third parties mentioned are in full compliance with data protection legal frameworks, are bound by privacy terms and ensure the security of the information.
We use your personal data to fulfill your request, provide you with the information you requested and/or communicate with you according to the permissions you have given.
We may use analytical software to analyse our website traffic which means that the location of your IP address may be recorded depending on your privacy settings.
You have the right to ask for a copy of the information we have about you anytime.
Your data is protected against loss, misuse, alteration, or destruction. Our authorised personnel and platforms will access and use your personal data to the extent they need it to do their job/provide their services.
f) Editing, updating or removing your personal data
You may edit your preferences and/or unsubscribe at any time. Such actions can be performed whenever you receive an email from us through Sendinblue or by requesting it by email at email@example.com or in writing: QUALIFY JUST – IT Solutions and Consulting Ltd, Parkurbis – Parque de Ciencia e Tecnologia da Covilha, 6200-865 Covilha, Portugal
g) Links to other websites
The project “HOPE – HOlistic radicalisation Prevention initiativE” is funded by Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway through the EEA and Norway Grants Fund for Regional Cooperation.