What will Cork County PPN do with your information?
Groups joining Cork County PPN are providing us with their contact details in order to enable them to be fully consulted and included in the local democratic processes as well as in the national network of PPNs.
Groups joining the PPN are entering an agreement that the details they supply may be shared with other members of the network, with the elected representatives of the PPN, with members of Cork County PPN’s secretariat, with the Environmental Pillar, with Cork County Council and with other bodies or persons who require access in order to facilitate the ongoing work of the PPN.
When you join Cork County PPN you are also agreeing to receive emails and newsletters from us.
Cork County PPN will not supply the information provided to it to any person or organisation not engaged in PPN work or activities or in the community and voluntary sector in Cork County.
In the future Cork County PPN may display the names and locations of member groups on its website. Individuals or member groups may request to have their personal data supplied to them and/or removed from or updated on the register by giving 30 days’ notice to Cork County PPN