Respect for privacy
The Open Church Foundation places great importance in the security and confidentiality of your personal data. In doing this, we are complying with the 11 December 1998 law on the protection of privacy in the treatment of data of a personal nature.
Use of personal data
Personal data which is submitted to us through the website or by e-mail is kept by us only in order to be able to answer your questions smoothly and to best serve you.
All data you send is only used internally. We never give your data to other organizations and do not use them for direct marketing purposes, either.
Unless you have registered to receive the newsletter to be kept informed regularly, you will not receive general information from us.
If you register for an event, order a publication or hand in an application, we keep you informed about similar initiatives. You can request an end to this service at any time.
Registration of anonymous data using cookies
You can visit our website anonymously. We do not collect individual identification data.
Your right to information, consultation and recourse
The Open Church Foundation is responsible for handling all data. You always have the right to see your data, correct mistakes or remove your data from our files.
To do this, please contact us by letter (Open Church Foundation – Chaussée de Tirlemont 508 A • 1370 Jodoigne) or e-mail (firstname.lastname@example.org).
The Open Church Foundation can change the general conditions with immediate effect at any time without warning.