NON-PROFIT POLICY FOR PREVENTION AND MANAGEMENT OF CONFLICTS OF INTERESTSadmin
The Privacy Research Association publishes its 3rd non-profit internal policy on its administrative activity process.
The regulation sets out procedures to prevent conflicts of interest in demonstrating the impartiality of employees and associated members of the organisation when interacting with them in the context of fulfilling the tasks and objectives of the Association with public and private representatives, foreign donors, its members and any person with whom it interacts by virtue of the tasks set out in the Statute, including in the activities of representing the data subjects in the process of consultation, which could include the process of collecting information designed to manage potential conflicts of interest.
The Policy for prevention and management of conflict of interest applies to all our activities, including to all our employees, members and representatives. The regulation lists the potential conflicts of interest that may arise in our work as well as the procedures and measures implemented to identify, prevent and manage conflicts of interest.
Taking into account the activities of the Association in the process of the decision taking and policy making, issuing of recommendations, our work requires us to prove that we carry out our tasks impartially, objectively and in the collective interest of the large public we serve to. The provisions of this document therefore apply to the monitoring, implementation and enforcement of the right to data privacy and the processing of personal data in various sectors of public or private activity and any other advocacy/lobby activities such as: research, consultancy, training, legal representation, legal expertise and audit.
The full document can be downloaded here: Politica_Gestionarea și prevenirea conflictelor de interese.