Your personal information and your privacy
Our use of tools to see who looks at our content online
Google offers a service that lets us see the way people visit and move around our site – Google Analytics. We cannot identify individuals during this process – it simply allows us to understand how people like the site, and to keep building the site to work best for the people that use it. We absolutely do not make any attempt to find out the specific identities of who uses our site. As we build our social media profile, there are tools we can use to track trends and the popularity of our content – but again this is not about tracking you personally.
Our use of mailing lists
Our newsletter is one of our most important tools to keep our networks updated of current campaigns we are supporting and that they in turn should share out with their contacts. We collect your personal information through a form, so that, if you are interested, we can tell you about these campaigns. We send you our newsletter, and periodically might email you to keep you up to date with any change we think you will find useful. We never sell, rent or trade our lists – we will not pass your information on to another organisation. You can always unsubscribe if you need to by clicking ‘unsubscribe’ at the bottom of any of our emails.