Data Protection
Uploaded: Apr 2020
Last updated: 23/12/21

Data Protection

Gendered Intelligence is committed to being transparent about how it collects and uses personal data. As of 25 May 2018, we have published our data protection policies to make it clear about how we use, protect, store and share your data, in line with the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).

Below you can download our policies to learn more about the ways we process personal data.

We will be adding further documents here in due course, please contact us via our email form if you have any questions.

Our Data Protection Policies

Data Protection Policy

Gendered Intelligence is committed to being transparent about how it collects and uses personal data, and to meeting its data protection obligations under the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which came into force on 25th May 2018. This policy sets out Gendered Intelligence's commitment to data protection, and the rights of individuals in relation to personal data.

Download our Data Protection Policy

Data Breach Security Procedure (DBSP)

This document explains what Gendered Intelligence will do in the event of a breach of our data security.

Download our Data Breach Security Procedure

Subject Access Request (SAR) Procedure

This document outlines how individuals can access their data or request changes to how we process it.

Download our Subject Access Request Procedure

Privacy Notices

Our privacy notices explain how we process and store the data of specific individuals and organisations that we work with.

Gendered Intelligence Privacy Notice – Service Users

This document covers all individuals who use GI services, including youth group attendees, mentees, individuals who are involved in Special Projects, and members of our mailing list.


Gendered Intelligence Privacy Notice – Professional Clients, Including Educational Establishments

This document covers individuals with whom we have a professional relationship, delivering services such as training, consultancy, presentations, workshops or assemblies. Where we deliver services such as mentoring, the 1:1 relationship with the young person is addressed in our Privacy Notice for Service Users, but our relationship with other individuals at the educational establishment is covered in this document.


Gendered Intelligence Privacy Notice – Volunteers

This document covers all volunteers, including Trustees.


Gendered Intelligence Privacy Notice - Employees

This document covers all GI employees, including individuals working on a freelance or contract basis, or through an agency. It also covers job applicants and former employees.


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