The purpose of RCCE Collective website aims to strengthen the RCCE community of practice. RCCE Community of practice is defined as:
- To develop a central kiosk for all RCCE-related material which can help practitioners, researchers and RCCE experts: guidance tools and resources, existing platforms and crucial data visualisation space.
- To provide a repertoire of dashboards, databases and sites, and provide digital community feedback datasets, community-based survey results or dedicated studies developed across the RCCE Collective Service network and partnership.
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Your privacy and security
Use of personal information; Choice/Opt Out
As a general rule, the Collective Service will not disclose any information identifying you personally, except with your permission or where required by law. Information you provide will not be sold to third parties or used in a manner inconsistent with the aims and intentions of the website.
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Strictly Necessary: These cookies enable our site to function correctly and deliver the services and products visitors have requested. These cookies do not gather information about the visitors that could be used for marketing or remembering sites that visitors have visited on the internet.
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If you do choose to block cookies, you may not be able to use certain features on our site and/or may be required to re-enter information more frequently to use certain services on the site.
Level of security and disclaimer
The Collective Service has deployed a secure system with appropriate technical and organisational measures to safeguard your personal information and protect it against unauthorised or unlawful processing, accidental loss, destruction, or damage. While we take reasonable measures to protect your personal information, we cannot guarantee the security of your personal information transmitted on our site. You submit your personal information to us at your risk.
You should be aware that information sent to us using the site may not be secure in transmission. Please be aware of this when sending any communications. We cannot – and do not – guarantee absolute security.
Access to Your Data
Where permitted by law, you may request access to personal information we hold about you. An access request may be subject to a small fee to meet our costs in providing you with details of the information we hold about you. Should you wish to access the information held about you, please let us know by contacting: firstname.lastname@example.org
. We will process that request in line with any local laws and our policies and procedures in place for dealing with such requests. There may be circumstances where we are unable to provide access to your personal information. We may deny or restrict access for legally permissible reasons, such as where it cannot be disclosed for legal, security or other commercial proprietary reasons. Where appropriate, we will advise you of any reason for denying or restricting an access request.
Further, if your personal information changes or if you have any queries about how we use your information, please let us know.
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This website is provided and operated by the Collective Service on behalf of The International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC), United Nation Children’s Fund (UNICEF) and World Health Organization (WHO). It is hosted by:
The International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies
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- Collective Service’s Data Portal is gathering published data, and data shared by partners and organisations would allow access and use of data.
- All data used through our data portal refers to original data sources, authors or organization and where possible is linked with the owner website.
- If a data source disagrees with it being shared, the data source should contact email@example.com
to request that the data be removed.
- Collective Service are not responsible of data collection but endeavors to the extent possible, that all data was collected in a legal, ethical and responsible manner, including:
- Obtaining informed consent from individuals or communities when possible.
- When informed consent cannot be obtained, that data is gathered with appropriate safeguards, including a privacy impact assessment.
- Efforts are made to avoid duplication of data collection in order to not place an unnecessary burden on affected individuals and communities.
- Collective Service does not allow data that includes personally identifiable information (PII) to be shared publicly through the site. All data shared publicly must be sufficiently aggregated or anonymized so as to prevent identification of people or other harm to affected people and the RCCE community.
- Collective Service endeavors not to facilitate the sharing of data that includes community identifiable information (CII) or demographically identifiable information (DII) that may put affected people at risk. Learn more on Data responsibility here.
- The use of shared data or visualizations from the site does not need prior permission, but does require attribution.
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