Thank you for your interest in the website of Geschichtswerkstatt Europa. Although we take great care about the links that are given, we cannot assume any responsibility for external content that is referred to.
The privacy of your personal data that is gathered, processed and used during your visit to our site is an important issue to us. Your data is protected within the measure of applying law. Below you will find information on which data is gathered during your visit of the site and how it is used:
1. Gathering and processing of data
Each accessing of our site and each download of any file posted thereon are recorded. Saving of this data is for system-relevant and statistical reasons only. The following data is recorded: Name of the accessed file, date and time of access, transmitted data volume, record of successful access, used web browser and requesting domain.
Additionally, the IP address of the requesting computer is recorded. Further personal data is only recorded once and if you have given it voluntarily, e.g. within an inquiry or registration.
2. Usage and forwarding of personal data
If you have provided us with personal data, this will be used only for answering of your inquiry, handling of your project outline and for technical administration.
Your personal data is given or forwarded to third parties only for handling of your application – this especially refers to forwarding data about applicants to the Foundation “Remembrance, Responsibility and Future” –, if necessary for statistical needs or if you have specifically given your consent.
You have the right to renounce your given consent, effective as of that moment, at any time.
Your personal data is deleted when you renounce your consent to saving, when the existence of the data is no longer preconditional for achieving the purpose for which it was initially provided or when the saving of the data is not or no longer permitted by law.
4. Right to inquiry
Upon written request we will gladly inform you about saved personal data.
In taking technical and organisational precautions, we take great care to keep your personal data safe and inaccessible to third parties. We cannot guarantee for full safeguarding of your data during correspondence by e-mail, therefore we advise you to use land mail when sending confidential information.