Integrity Policy Terms
Parties and Responsibilities for the processing of your personal data
S: T Henriks Förening, Hantverkarbacken 2 811 61 SANDVIKEN (hereinafter referred to as the association) is the personally responsible person for the processing of personal data that takes place within the framework of the association’s activities.
The purpose of the association is to pursue ideal activities in developing children’s, adolescents and adults’ knowledge of Swedish society as well as Bible studies / teaching, music, language teaching and entertainment.
Why do we process your personal information?
For the association to be able to do business, personal data is processed for various purposes related to the business.
The association processes personal data for managing ongoing association activities (eg membership meetings), communicating with members (calls for activities, information to goalkeepers etc.) and managing member-related financial transactions (membership fees and etc.).
The association also processes personal data to apply for contributions from, among other things, the association’s home municipality.
The association is the personally responsible person for the processing of personal data that occurs at:
- Managing membership in the association
- Association Management
- Participation in the association’s activities
- Application for a grant
- Summary of statistics and follow-up
- Educations arranged by the association
- Contact with a member
- Visit our website
- Publication of material on website and social media
- Access ban (if applicable)
- System disturbance and unauthorized influence (if applicable)
Who do we share personal data with?
The data will not be transferred to third countries and your personal data will not be subject to automated decision making.
If the association at any time has to share your personal data with third countries, you will be informed specifically about this. This may, for example, be relevant when / if you are enrolled in a third country competition.
The association has hereunder compiled the legal basis for the processing of personal data that occurs within the association’s activities.
|Purpose of treatment||Legal basis|
|Managing membership in the association||Agreement|
|Participation in the association’s activities||Agreement|
|Applications for grants||Legal obligation|
|Summary of statistics and follow-up||General interest|
|Educations arranged by the association||Public interest in state-funded education, other consent|
|Contact with the association||Interesting weighting|
|Visit our website||Interesting weighting|
|Publication of material on website and social media||Interesting weighting and sometimes consent|
|Access Prohibition||Legal obligation|
|System disturbance and unauthorized influence||Legal obligation|
How long do we save your personal information?
The association will carry out an assessment annually if the purpose of processing personal data remains. Unless the purpose of processing personal data persists, the data will be deleted.
What rights do you have?
You as registered in the association have several rights that you should know.
You are entitled to receive a registry extract regarding the association’s processing of your personal data. The association shall provide a copy of the personal data that is being processed at the request of registry extracts. For any additional copies that you request, the association may charge a reasonable fee based on administrative costs.
In some cases, you also have the right to data portability of your personal data.
You are entitled to have your personal information corrected if they are incorrect, incomplete or misleading and may limit the processing of personal data until they are changed.
You may, under certain circumstances, be deleted:
- If the data is no longer needed for the purposes for which they were collected
- If the treatment is based on the individual’s consent and you revoke the consent
- If the treatment is for direct marketing and you oppose the processing of the data
- If you oppose personal data processing that occurs in the exercise of authority or after a balance of interests and there are no legitimate reasons that weigh heavier than your interests
- If personal data has been processed illegally
- If deletion is required to fulfill a legal obligation
- If the personal data refers to children and has been collected when the child creates a profile in a social network
- You also have the right to withdraw a consent, automatically oppose your decision-making, profiling and objection to direct marketing.
You may at any time exercise your rights by requesting access to, and correction or deletion of, personal data, request treatment limitation or objection to treatment. Contact the board to exercise your rights.
Furthermore, you are entitled to file a complaint regarding the association’s processing of personal data to the Data Inspectorate, visit
More information about how the association works to safeguard your rights can be found in the Instructions to Safeguard Individuals’ Rights.
If you want to know more
If you have questions about the association’s personal data processing or want to exercise your rights, please contact the board.