The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) 2018 protects the rights of individuals by setting out certain rules as to what organisations can and cannot do with information about people. A key element to this is the principle to process individuals’ data lawfully, fairly and in a transparent manner in relation to individuals. In order to meet the fairness and transparent manner part of the legislation we need to provide information on how we process personal data.
Metanoia Institute takes its obligations under the GDPR very seriously and will always ensure personal data is collected, handled, stored and shared in a secure manner. The Institute is committed to being transparent about how it collects and uses that data and to meeting its data protection obligations
The Institute’s Privacy Notice outlines what personal data we collect, how we use it and with whom we share it. It also provides guidance on your individual rights and how to make a complaint to the Information Commissioner’s Office, the regulator for data protection in the UK.
The Institute’s official contact details are:
Data Protection Officer Metanoia Institute
13 North Common Road
Tel: +44 (0)20 8579 2505
How to make a Subject Access Request
- requests for subject access should be made in writing
- you will need to supply proof of your identity e.g. a copy of the identification pages of your current passport or of a current photo driving licence
- it would also helps us to narrow our search if you could tell us which business unit (Faculty, administrative area or service) you believe might hold personal data on you. If you are not sure, please tell us the context in which you have had dealings with us, and when
- signed written permission from you
- a copy of the identification pages of your current passport, current photo UK driving licence or Institute ID card, and
- a copy of the identification pages of their current passport, current photo UK driving licence or Institute ID card
Further details on how the Institute processes personal data can be found in the following documents: