ACCORDING TO ART. 13 OF REGULATION (EU) 2016/679
General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)
The CLIC Project
The overarching goal of CLIC trans-disciplinary research project is to identify evaluation tools to test, implement, validate and share innovative “circular” financing, business and governance models for systemic adaptive reuse of cultural heritage and landscape, demonstrating the economic, social, environmental convenience, in terms of long lasting economic, cultural and environmental wealth.
The CLIC project identifies innovative financing, business and governance models able to promote and facilitate adaptive reuse of cultural heritage in European cities and cultural landscapes in the perspective of the circular economy. The project aims to attract new sustainable investments for the reuse of abandoned buildings and landscapes, aiming at generating positive social and environmental impacts and at increasing employment through joint public-private-social partnerships.
The CLIC project is structured in research activities (data collection, analysis of best practices of abandoned cultural heritage/landscape regeneration, elaboration of models) and in an operational phase, including:
(1) stakeholders’ engagement aimed at enhancing their active participation in cultural heritage adaptive reuse processes (meetings, thematic workshops, focus groups);
(2) testing of the proposed models of governance, financing and business.
CLIC represents an opportunity for the cities involved, in terms of improving the ability to manage cultural heritage, attracting investments, creating jobs and attracting / developing skills useful for the valorization and regeneration of cultural heritage/landscape. The CLIC project intends to provide local decision-makers with useful assessment tools to address the complex challenges of managing cultural and landscape assets to transform what is currently a cost to the community, into an opportunity for economic, social and environmental development and cultural promotion of the city.
This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 776758.
RISKS AND DISCOMFORTS
There are no risks or discomforts that are anticipated from your participation in this project. If any discussion and/or image during project activities may cause emotional discomfort, you can stop your participation at any time.
You will receive no direct benefits from participating in this project activity. However, you will be part of the CLIC Community and you will be given the opportunity to learn about project innovative approach, as well as participating in co-creation activities to co-develop strategic action plans and innovative solutions for circular cultural tourism.
Participation in this project activity is completely voluntary and free of charge. There will be no reimbursement for your participation.
PURPOSE OF DATA PROCESSING
Personal data will be processed only for the purposes of organizing this activity of the project. Common personal data (name, organisation, role, country, email) are collected according to art. 6 of the GDPR and processed in order to identify the applicant organizations to include them between the stakeholders of the project and to re-contact applicants for the purposes of organizing project activities.
The project level Data Controller is the CNR represented by the Director of CNR IRISS (Institute for Research and Innovation and Services for Development, National Research Council, Italy), addressed at Via G. Sanfelice 8, 80132 Napoli, Italy. The project level Data Controller can be reached at the following email address: firstname.lastname@example.org. The contact point for the exercise of your rights as data subject is the email address of the project coordinator: email@example.com
AUTHORIZED PERSONS FOR DATA PROCESSING
Your personal data are processed by internal staff members who have been authorised and designated as persons authorised to process the data, and who have been given appropriate instructions regarding measures to process data (see data processing methods).
POSSIBLE RECIPIENTS OF PERSONAL DATA
Within the limits relevant to the purposes of the processing indicated above, your data may be communicated to CLIC project partners only. The communication of personal data may occur only for purposes of organisation of this project activity.
LEGAL BASIS OF DATA PROCESSING AND PURPOSE OF DATA PROCESSING
Personal data are processed, in accordance with Article 6(1) of the GDPR, in the performance of institutional purposes related to the exercise of public interest tasks and the exercise of public powers, in particular research purposes, and under only explicit consent of the data subject as expressed though the Informed Consent Form.
DATA TYPES AND DATA PROCESSING METHODS
For the purposes of organising this project activity, common personal data are collected (name, organisation, role, country, email). Personal data collected are processed lawfully, correctly, pertinently, limited to what is necessary to achieve the purposes for which they were collected, for only the time necessary to achieve the purposes for which they were collected, in accordance with the principles indicated in Article 5 of the GDPR and, in any case, in such a way as to guarantee their security and protect the utmost confidentiality of the data subject, securing strictly monitored access.
Common personal data (name, organisation, role, country, email) will not be transferred to any third organizations. No personal data will be transferred to third countries or international organizations.
Personal data are stored in a secure server located in the EU territory.
The data collected during the Project will be stored, processed and retained until the purposes of the Project are achieved and in any case in compliance with the Italian “Deontological rules for processing for statistical or scientific research purposes”, published pursuant to art. 20, paragraph 4, of Legislative Decree no. 101 of 10 August 2018 (published in the Official Gazette no. 11 of 14 January 2019).
Common personal data will be stored only for the duration of the project and may be stored for five years after the completion of the project. After this time, personal data will be destroyed.
RIGHTS OF DATA SUBJECT
With reference to the processing of personal data, the data subjects have the right to:
– access their own data, check it and request that the data be updated or corrected;
– revoke, at any time, the consent to the processing of their personal data previously given without giving reasons, however without affecting the lawfulness of the processing prior to the withdrawal of consent;
– or object to the processing of their data if this is done on a legal basis other than the consent previously given, including the processing of data for commercial, marketing and profiling purposes;
– request the restriction of the processing of their data: in this case, the data controller will not process the data for any purpose other than to keep their data;
– obtain the deletion or removal of their personal data, if the conditions set out in Article 17 of the European Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) apply. Pursuant to Article 17(3)(d) of the GDPR, the right to erasure does not apply to data whose processing is necessary for the purposes of scientific research if it is likely to make it impossible and/or seriously jeopardise the objectives of such research;
– receive their data in a structured, commonly used and machine-readable format and, where technically feasible, to have them transferred to another data controller;
– to object to automated processing and not to be subjected to processing based solely on automated decisions, including profiling;
– to lodge a complaint with the competent data protection supervisory authority or take legal action.
To exercise one or more of these rights, data subjects may address a request to the contact details of the data controller indicated in this document.
Date of issue 28/06/2021