The DOEN Foundation has data protection agreements with partners with whom we share data. These partners are not operational outside the EU.
The DOEN Foundation
The DOEN Foundation is located at Van Eeghenstraat 70, 1071 GK Amsterdam, the Netherlands.
If you have queries or requests please contact the DOEN Foundation by phone, by e-mail or by post via: +31 (0)20-57 37 333 or [email protected]
Using our services
If you wish to submit an application using the online application form, we ask you to provide personal data which is then used to handle your application and to contact you about it.The data is stored on a secure server. The information is not shared with third parties but it is shared internally in order to guarantee the quality of the advice. The DOEN Foundation staff are obliged to respect the confidentiality of the data. Based on your application, however, we may contact third parties to whom you have also submitted an application as indicated by you, or who are actively involved with the application.
The following storage periods are used for the information you provide when submitting an application:
A request to delete your account and associated data can be submitted via: [email protected]
When you send us an e-mail or other form of communication, in certain cases we may save these messages. We sometimes request personal data relevant to the situation concerned, which enables us to answer your enquiry or request and to process it. The data is stored on a secure server.
Bringing our partners together and inform them
In addition to supporting initiatives, we are also keen to connect our partners. We do this by organising network meetings and your data may be used to invite you to attend one of these meetings with other the DOEN Foundation partners.
We also like to inform our partners, for example about the publication of our annual report, a new brochure or invite you to take part in a DOEN Foundation study and, when sending such communications, we use the data we have available about you. If you no longer want to receive invitations or information you can opt out by sending an e-mail to [email protected]
When using the DOEN Foundation’s website, small text files, so-called cookies, are stored on your computer.
Functional cookies; are necessary for the functioning of the website.
Analytic cookies; with these cookies we gain insight into the use of our website.
The privacy of the visitor remains guaranteed with these analytic cookies.
The data is processed anonymously and the 'data sharing' is disabled. We do not use other Google services in combination with Google Analytics cookies.
Below is a list of the cookies that the DOEN Foundation installs:
Session id doen.nl : functional, timeless storage period
Server id doen.nl: functional, timeless storage period
Google analytics: analytic
'doen-cookie-dismissed': functional, starge period 3 years
• JSESSION ID (storage period up to browser connection). A technical cookie containing the unique ID of the HTTP session.
YouTube embeds: ‘youtube nocookie’ sollution, there are no cookies stored before cookie consent. When the video is clicked to play, then cookies will still be placed.
Social media cookies and other third party cookies
You can modify your browser setting so that it handles cookies in a way that can be specified in advance. For example, that cookies are never accepted, or that no cookies are accepted from domains other than those from the website that you are currently visiting. This could have consequences for the application possibilities or your experience of the website.
This privacy and cookie statement is tailored to the use of this site and what it offers. Any amendments and changes to the site can lead to modifications of the privacy and cookie statement. You are personally responsible for keeping up to date with the latest version of the statement and we therefore advise you to make regular checks to see if there have been any changes. The date of the last amendment is at the bottom of this paragraph.
This Privacy and Cookie Statement was last amended on: 25 mei 2018