Privacy Policy

 

On May 25th 2018, a new EU privacy regulation came into effect. It means that I am obliged to process the data of visitors to this website in accordance with the EU Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). Thus, this privacy policy provides users of www.duniaduara.dk with information about what types of data I collect from you when you visit this website, what I am using this data for, and what you can do to delete the data I have access to about you.

This privacy policy applies to all personal information I receive about you when you visit www.duniaduara.dk - most probably via e-mail and/or comment or if you engage with me by social media. Personal data is the type of information that can be linked directly or indirectly to a particular person (your name, e-mail, date of birth, physical address, comments on social media, IP address, location, history of website traffic etc.) The only type of personal data I collect and store is the data used for contacting you, for analysing traffic, and/or comments made on my blog or social media with useful suggestions for my work etc. 

My website www.duniaduara.dk applies features that use cookies to collect anonymous information about the use of this website. Cookies are stored on your computer etc. It also means that Google Analytics tracks visitors to my website, which provide me with information about users of this website, whether these are first-time visitors or returning, your geographical location as well as how you access my website (mobile or laptop). You can block cookies and delete them. Please, see instructions on deleting cookies here.

If you want data deleted, you can contact me, and I will delete the requested data as soon as possible. (I use tools provided by Wix to access and delete site visitors' data.)

My website www.duniaduara.dk is continuously updated, incl. this page.

Last updated on 25 May 2018.

PhD Student, MA in African Studies, journalist and former development worker. Heart tilted towards the Balkans & East Africa: Refugees, Peripheries, Imaginaries & Humanitarianism