CEWASTE - Participant information sheet
You are invited to join the CEWASTE network and contribute to the success of the project. This Participant Information Sheet will provide you with information about the context and purpose of your contribution, as well as how the data will be used and further stored. If you wish to be registered as participant in the CEWASTE network, you will be asked to tick a box proving your consent with the data treatment procedures described in this document. For information, this participant information sheet is only available in English, as are the rest of communications in the CEWASTE project.
Please note that any contact data requested will be included in a database for the exclusive use of the project partners for project related tasks. It will be solely used for the purpose of contacting individuals in order to:
- gather relevant information for the CEWASTE project in the form of providing feedback for consultations
- disseminate project updates, results and achievements, and
- to circulate invitations to participate in activities (surveys/consultations, workshops, events) related to the project.
Only personal data that is relevant for the project will be collected. No sensitive information will be gathered. In line with the EU General Data Protection Regulation, you have the right to access information about the use of your personal data, as well as the right to rectify/amend, cancel or oppose the use of your personal data at any time during the period of research and storage of your data. To do so please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org . Your data will be kept for a maximum of 5 years after the project ends 31 October 2020 but will not be used for contact purposes after that date. The contact data collected will not be disclosed to companies or media without prior authorisation.
The information is collected and stored in Google Forms and Google Sheets as well as on secure servers. The data security procedures of Google are available here.
Informed Consent Form
If you agree to be involved in CEWASTE network we kindly ask you to tick the approval box in the online form.
By giving your consent you confirm that you:
- have read the Participant Information Sheet and the nature and purpose of the project has been explained to you.
- have had the opportunity to ask questions.
- understand the purpose of the project and your involvement in it.
- understand that you may withdraw from the network by means of a written notification to the contact indicated in the Participant Information Sheet at any stage and that this will not affect your status now or in the future.
- understand that whilst technical information gained during the study may be published, you will not be identified and your personal data will remain confidential.
- understand that data will be stored electronically on the project server with restricted access to the project members, to be deleted after 5 years, or to be deleted upon request.
- agree that your contact data are included in a contact list to be further used for CEWASTE dissemination activities (e.g. newsletter, announcements), and for invitations to participate in project related activities (e.g. workshops, events).
- accept that all the communications that you will be receiving within the CEWASTE framework will be written in English.
Should you have any questions regarding the purpose and design of this project and/or your contribution, or if you decide to withdraw from the network at a later stage, please contact: email@example.com
The CEWASTE Consortium
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