Last Updated: 29th May 2018
Reason: Updated to reflect latest Privacy Notice
To ensure we remain transparent and accountable to those who entrust us with their data, as well as compliant with relevant legislation, is it important that all DDAR colleagues are familiar with our Divisional Privacy Statement.
The full DDAR Privacy Statement is available here: http://your.manchester.ac.uk/privacy/
The Privacy Statement explains how we collect, store, manage and protect data. It outlines the types of data that we hold and how we use them to provide services to our alumni and supporters. The key point is we must always be clear when we collect personal information, and not do anything the owner of the information wouldn’t reasonably expect.
We have different versions of the Privacy Statement which vary in length. They all cover the same ground, but this ‘layered’ approach to privacy provides flexibility when it comes to communicating how we collect, use, store and process data to our alumni and supporters. To give a practical example: it would be unwise for us all to include the full statement within our email footers!
A document containing all versions of the Privacy Statement along with guidance as to when they should be used is available on the shared drive, here: I:\Development Services\Compliance\Data Protection\Privacy Statement\DDAR Privacy Statement.docx
All colleagues should use the following version of the statement on their email footers:
The University of Manchester Division of Development and Alumni Relations (DDAR) supports the University through contact with alumni, students and supporters of the University. Our alumni and supporters are very important to us and we are committed to protecting your personal information. Your information will not be disclosed to external organisations other than those acting as agents for the University. Your information is used for a range of activities, including sending University publications, notification of alumni events, fundraising programmes and for the promotion of benefits and services; we process your information in accordance with our legitimate interests in these areas and you will always have the right to opt out. We may pursue these legitimate interests by contacting you by telephone, email, post or social media, subject to your communications preferences. The DDAR does not sell to or trade your data with any other organisations. All personal information is held securely and in accordance with all relevant legislation. Our full Privacy Notice is available here: https://your.manchester.ac.uk/privacy/ and further information about data protection at the University is available here: https://www.manchester.ac.uk/discover/privacy-information/data-protection/. As outlined in this Privacy Notice, we aim to keep your information up to date and you can manage your data online in the Manchester Network at: https://your.manchester.ac.uk/update-your-details/. Alternatively, you can send us your updates by email or tell us you don’t want to hear from us by contacting: email@example.com.
Confidentiality and Legal Privilege: The contents of this e-mail and its attachment(s) are confidential to the intended recipient and may be legally privileged. It may not be disclosed, copied, forwarded, used or relied upon by any person other than the intended addressee. If you believe that you have received the e-mail and its attachment(s) in error, you must not take any action based on them, nor must you copy or show them to anyone. Please respond to the sender and delete this e-mail and its attachment(s) from your system.