This privacy notice sets out how Oduduwa Rights collects, uses and stores personal data and has been written in accordance with the Data Protection Act 2018, Privacy and Electronic Communications Regulations 2003 and the General Data Protection Regulation.
Oduduwa Rights collects and uses personal information such as: name, address, phone number, and email address when it is voluntarily provided to us. You may disclose this information when donating to our organization or requesting information such as e-newsletters. The information you transmit to us on this site is encrypted and secured. The information you provide is only for the stated purpose for which the information was collected.
In addition, Oduduwa Rights keeps a record of each donor's giving history. This information is kept on file for IRS purposes and is also used by the organization to analyse overall giving patterns in an effort to make accurate budget projections.
Information Collection and Use
Oduduwa Rights collects information about members, supporters, local campaigners, donors and customers who are part of the global movement for Yoruba people.
You may give us personal information when you sign up to our newsletter, literature pack or press release, donate, sign a petition, take an email action, send a letter and/or order from our shop.
This will usually be your basic contact details, such as your name, email, phone number and address.
If you donate, we may also ask for your bank or credit card details (which are stored under strict PCI compliant regulations.) We may also check if you’re over 16 – and if you are under 16, we will safeguard your data even more carefully by requesting consent from a parent or guardian to collect information about you and continue to contact you.
Also, registration for certain events may require us to ask for information such as your name, email address, phone number, mailing address, zip code, occupation, title, and organizational affiliation.
We may also access your information indirectly through the following means:
- We may get your personal information via a fundraising platform such as JustGiving, if you have told them you are supporting Oduduwa Rights and with your consent.
- Social media: – We may get information about you from your social media account. For example, if you have signed into our website with your Facebook account.
- We use third party cookies from Google Analytics that help us understand how visitors are using our site. While we don’t collect personal information from this service, Google receives information through your use of our site.
- We also collect information about how you respond to emails. For example, if you open the email or not via a third-party e-marketing service (e.g Marketing Cloud.)
Oduduwa Rights through our server logs automatically receives and records information from your browser, including your IP address, and the page(s) you request.
Oduduwa Rights uses information provided to fulfil your requests for news and services, improve our services, contact you, conduct research, and provide anonymous reporting for internal and external clients of the Organisation.
Information Sharing and Disclosure
The data outlined above is collected so we can work most efficiently on growing the global movement for Yoruba peoples. The information enables us to make informed decisions, fundraise most effectively and give you an improved experience when you use our website and read our communications. How then do we process and use these data?
- Enquiries – If you provide data on an online form in order to register your interest as a local campaigner or fundraiser, we use your personal information to respond to your questions and deal with your request.
- Donations – we use your information to process; acknowledge and keep a record of any donations you make. We also use it to claim gifts or to record information about legacies. We keep the history of your support to date so we can best acknowledge your continued help.
- Marketing – We use direct marketing to let you know what Oduduwa Rights is doing and how your support can help Yoruba people. We may use it for appeals or to ask for other support. Unless you indicate that you don’t want to hear from us in this way, we will send you direct marketing by post. We send these communications on the basis of it being within our legitimate interests to do so or if you have consented to receive this.
Please see the “legal basis for processing personal data” section below for more information on this.
We will also send you direct marketing by email if you have consented to hear from us this way. Our monthly updates include the latest campaign developments, articles, event invites, films and breaking news, together with requests for your action when it’s most needed.
The types of marketing that you can expect to receive from Oduduwa Rights by post include biannual appeal letters. Our email direct marketing includes options to opt out or update your preferences in the footer of each email. You can opt out from any type of communication at any time by contacting us.
- Social media – On social media, we may use publicly available information from your profile to target you with specific posts that may interest you. Check your social media accounts if you want to change the information you make public. We may repost or share your posts on social media if it relates to Oduduwa Rights and our work, and respond to questions, queries or comments left on our social media channels and use information found on your profile to help us answer these. We will never ask for personal or sensitive information.
Our websites use sharing buttons which share our web pages to social media platforms – use these buttons at your own discretion. Social media platforms may track these shares through your accounts.
- Legal – We may keep your information on file in order to comply with legal and regulatory obligations.
- Grow the movement – Your data is also used to analyse our campaign performance and fundraising appeals, and find out how best to improve our services and information.
Oduduwa Rights does not sell, rent, or share personal information about you with other people or non-affiliated companies or organizations if you opt out of allowing us to do so. We are committed to making it easy for you to change your communication preferences. We always respect your preferences and endeavour to send you information that suits you, in the format you prefer.
Further, we do not share, sell, transfer, exchange or disclose your Personal Information with third parties except to further Oduduwa Rights objectives and mission.
If you have questions or suggestions, please contact us at:
Address of office