Collection and Use of Personal Information As part of its effort to assist clubs and districts and facilitate communication with Rotarians, Rotary International and Rotary International in Great Britain and Ireland collects personal information about Rotary club members, and their partners and associates where appropriate, to be used solely for the purpose of conducting core business activities, these include:
Preparing the annual Rotary directories, including RIBI, Rotaract and Interact directories
Calculating semi-annual dues payable to Rotary International
Identifying prospective candidates for presidential and Foundation appointments to conferences, RIBI, RI and TRF committees, task forces, and other assignments
Supporting The Rotary Foundation
Providing information and updates to district governors, district officers and others involved in RI and RIBI programs and service projects
Providing goods and services to clubs and districts for their general activities
Providing guidance to clubs and districts in their general activities and public relations efforts
Communicating key organisational messages and information to district leaders and to clubs for dissemination at the club level
Facilitating conference, assembly and special event planning
Supporting ‘The Rotarian’ and the RIBI regional magazine ‘Rotary’
Identifying Rotarians who have specific language and/or professional skills
RIBI may also disclose information as required by law or if pertinent to judicial or governmental investigations.
The RIBI Support Centre follows the code of conduct for the principles of the Data Protection Act which requires data to:
Be obtained fairly and lawfully
Be held only for specific purposes
Not to be used or disclosed incompatibly with those purposes
Be accurate and kept up to date
Be kept no longer than necessary
Be made available to data subjects on request
Be appropriately protected against – unauthorised access, alteration, disclosure and destruction and accidental loss.
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