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    What is GDPR?

    GDPR is the new European data protection reference and aims at reinforcing the framework and practices concerning the collection and use of personal data.

    The rules of GDPR replace regulation 95/46/EU and apply as of May 25, 2018, to all public and private companies active in an EU member state. More particularly, organizations that :

    • Offer goods & services on the (unified) EU market
    • Collect and process data of EU citizens

    Be aware that the regulation also applies to companies not established in the EU from the moment they collect and process personal data of EU citizens.

    The GDPR rules and obligations apply to the processing-whether or not automatically- of personal data, i.e. all information relating to an identified or identifiable person. An identifiable person is any person who can be identified directly or indirectly by reference to identification, such as name, number, location, online identification, or to more specific characteristics of physical, physiological, genetic, psychological, economic, cultural, or social identity.

    Data processing as defined by GDPR refers to the collection, access to, storage, manipulation, destruction and consultation of data.

    Registration of data

    1. Data which you communicate to us

    With respect to a donation

    When you make a donation to Duo for a Job via the website or by filling in a one-off or recurrent donation form, your data are included in a databank aimed at managing our relationship with our donors.


    Visitors to the website can register to receive a newsletter. The data that visitors enter for this are included in a databank used to send you newsletters. If you complete your date of birth (no obligation) you also receive an email on your birthday to wish you a happy birthday.

    Participation in at least one activity or campaign organized by DUO for a JOB

    For example a sports activity in favor of DUO for a JOB or participating in a fair.


    For example volunteers, sympathizers and people/companies who organize a fundraising activity for DUO for a JOB, during a telephone conversation, etc.

    2. Data which are collected automatically

    Certain data are collected via cookies. Check this link for our cookie policy. In addition, certain data may be collected which are not stored in cookies. They can only be seen by DUO for a JOB’s digital team and only during your visit to the website. These are :

    • The TCP/IP address
    • The type and version of your navigation system
    • The internet page last visited.

    3. Data communicated by partners

    In this case DUO’s partners assure DUO for a JOB that they have obtained the necessary consents to communicate the personal data.

    Which data do we collect and save ?

    Depending on the situation and subject to the consent of the person concerned, DUO for a JOB collects and saves the following data :

    • Name and first name
    • Gender
    • Language
    • Date of birth
    • Domicile and place of residence
    • Private and professional email addresses
    • Telephone number
    • Bank account number
    • Company name
    • Function
    • Images / Photos
    • All sensitive information concerning beneficiaries, volunteers and donors of the organization

    Use of data

    1. General purposes

    If you make a donation your data are included in our database in order to thank you and keep you informed of our activities, to invite you to make a further donation (one-off or monthly donations, legacies,…)

    If you register for our electronic newsletter your email address is used to send you newsletters. If you don’t want to receive the newsletters any more you can unsubscribe by clicking ‘unsubscribe ‘ at the bottom of the newsletter or by contacting us.

    Your data may in exceptional circumstances also be used for our fundraising activities (such as a call for urgent support). Finally, your anonymized data are used to prepare statistics or a survey about the number of visitors to the various parts of the website.

    2. Communication to third parties

    Your personal data are treated with the utmost confidentiality and are not communicated to any third party or used for direct marketing, except if DUO for a JOB has obtained your express consent in advance via opt-in. This consent can be withdrawn at any moment without justification by contacting us at

    How long do we keep your data

    Data of those who have not consented to the storage of the data for other purposes than responding to their specific question are kept only for as long as required to answer the question. This can be for 30-60 days for requests for information, didactic materials, purchases, stand-alone gifts or participation in an action.

    Data of people who have indicated n interest in the actions, activities and future campaigns of DUO for a JOB, and those involved in gifts are stored in conformity with art 5 of the GDPR regulation, i.e. for the period corresponding to the intended objective or until consent is explicitly withdrawn by the person concerned.

    Access to and correction of data

    You can always access your data and if necessary have them corrected or deleted, by contacting us :

    By e-mail:
    By post: DUO for a JOB, Rue de Stassart 48, 1050 Brussels.


    You can exercise your right to oppose the processing of your personal data for serious and legitimate reasons by sending an email to

    To the extent the processing of your personal data is necessary in order to respect contractual obligations, no opposition is possible.