Your data and UAL
UAL will process personal data including your name and email address to sign you up as a member of the UAL Decolonising Wikipedia Network as necessary to fulfil the agreement below, under GDPR legal basis Art.6(1)(b) ‘contract’.
The purpose of the processing is to contact you to:
- provide joining instructions
- add you as a member to the DWN Teams site
- provide notifications about DWN projects, activities and opportunities
- invite you to offer feedback for DWN development and evaluation.
The personal information you provide on the DWN sign-up form will not be shared beyond the DWN team and stored at UAL for no more than 6 months after this phase of the DWN project has ended on 30 June 2022. You have the right to leave the network and withdraw your personal information at any time by contacting a member of the DWN team at UALDecolonisingWikipediaNetwork@arts.ac.uk
You can find more information about UAL and your privacy rights at www.arts.ac.uk/privacy-information
Your data and Wikimedia UK
The Wikipedia account you are asked to create and the DWN Outreach Dashboard you are asked to join are both external websites owned by Wikimedia UK so any personal information you provide to create the account and join the dashboard will collected by Wikimedia UK.
Because we believe that you shouldn’t have to provide personal information to participate in the free knowledge movement, you may: Read, edit, or use any Wikimedia Site without registering an account; Register for an account without providing an email address or real name.
The DWN Outreach Dashboard has a separate notice on Private Information which outlines what information the site retains and how you can remove information, should you wish to.
Your data and other third parties
Your work for DWN and the London’s Colonial Her/Histories project, may involve engagement with other external organisations, including archives, libraries and museums in London. This aspect is optional and will include additional procedures to ensure your safety and data privacy, for example, when booking a visit at an external organisation you would provide personal information as you wish at their request and have the option of accepting any terms or privacy notice they provide to you.
Click on the links here to read the Decolonising Wikipedia Network terms and conditions and to then sign-up as a member.