Privacy policies of the Italian Cultural Institute In London (ICI) of the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation (MAECI)
The processing of personal data is carried out by the ICI in accordance with the principles of lawfulness, fairness and transparency in order protect the fundamental rights and freedoms of natural persons.
The data controller is the MAECI which operates, with reference to the activity of the ICI, through the ICI.
For questions or complaints, the persons concerned can contact the Data Protection Officer (RPD) of the MAECI:
Ministero degli Affari Esteri e della Cooperazione internazionale
Piazzale della Farnesina 1
Tel. 0039 06 36911 (switchboard)
The provided personal data will be used in particular for the purposes and services listed in the following paragraphs. Please refer to each paragraph for more details.
The processing of provided data is based on consensus: if the data are not provided, the concerned persons will not be able to access the service.
Without prejudice to the details mentioned in the following paragraphs, the processing of provided data is carried out by the staff of the ICI in a mixed mode (both manual and automated).
The concerned persons can request to access their personal data and to rectify them. They can also request the cancellation of the data (with prejudice to the access to the correspondent services), as well as their restriction of processing or object to the processing. In these cases, the concerned persons shall submit the request to the ICI and to the RPD for information.
Persons considering that their fundamental rights have been violated may file a complaint to the RPD of the MAECI or to the Italian Data Protection Supervisor:
Piazza di Montecitorio 121
Tel. 0039 06 696771 (switchboard)
Proposals of cultural events
In order to evaluate and organize cultural events, the ICI stores the personal data of each proposal and their application.
Unsolicited applications for internships
Considering the ministerial provisions with regard to internships and the MAECI-MIUR-CRUI Convention, unsolicited CVs and applications will be deleted upon their receipt.
Unsolicited applications for recruitment and volunteering
Considering the legislation about employees and volunteering, unsolicited CVs and applications will be deleted upon their receipt.
Unsolicited applications for teaching Italian language and culture
The ICI is currently outsourcing its language courses. Consequently, it has no role in the recruitment of their teachers and, for reasons of impartiality, cannot forward applications for teacing Italian to the courses manager. Unsolicited CVs and applications will therefore be deleted upon their receipt.
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b) send you information about events related to Italian culture;
c) send you invitations to our events.
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