When completing an application for a contribution from the PPO fund, you have entered a lot of information. Some of this data can be traced back to you as an individual, for example the combination of your initials and your surname. Or your last name and your IBAN number. We call this data “personal data”. In this privacy statement we explain how we handle your data.
What personal data do we store?
In our systems we store the following personal data about you;
What do we use your personal data for?
We use your personal data, together with the other data you have entered, to assess your application and to communicate with you about this. We also need this information to pay your contribution from the fund and, if we have questions about this, to email you about this. There are parties, such as the Ministry of Education, Culture and Science, that are interested in the effects of the PPO programme. These parties can have an investigation carried out, for example in the form of a survey. We also need your personal data for this.
Who can view your data?
The parties involved in the assessment and processing of your application have insight into your personal data. These are the Social Fund for the Performing Arts / Omtraining Dansers Nederland (Johan M. Coenenstraat 4 1071 WG Amsterdam, 020 341 9623), the Platform ACCT (Oostenburgervoorstraat 152, 1018 MR Amsterdam) and the administrative office ASK (Herengracht 566, 1017 CH Amsterdam 020 620 8339 ).
Where is your data stored?
We store your data in a database in a secure cloud environment. Only the above-mentioned organizations that need the data to process the application have access to this data. They alone have the credentials to access the database. E-mail traffic also takes place in a secure manner. When you e-mail personal data to us, we ask you to do so in a secure way, for example via a gmail address.
How long do we keep your data?
The PPO ACCT program runs until the end of 2024. After that, we will keep your data for another 2 years for the processing and evaluation of the program. After this period, your data will be removed from our systems.
Are we going to give your data to someone else?
As we have already told you, there are various parties that may want to conduct research into the effect of the PPO program. If it is necessary for this research, we will make your personal data available to this party. We only do this if we have ensured that this party has properly arranged the protection of your data.
What rights do you have?
Your data is and will remain your data. You are in charge of this, that is what the law has arranged. That is why you have far-reaching rights: