Privacy and Cookies

CREAW’s Privacy Policy, Your rights to privacy and cookies

This policy governs all pages hosted at, and any other websites under the control of the CREAW (the “Website”) and registrations for these sites. It does not apply to pages hosted by organisations other than CREAW, to which we may link and whose privacy policies may differ. Please read the following policy to understand our privacy policy regarding nature, purpose, using and sharing of your personal identifiable information that is collected via this website.

1. Types of information collected on this site
Generally, you can browse this website without submitting your personal information to us. However, in some circumstances, we will ask for your personal information.

1.1 Information you provide to us
When you are on the website and are asked for personal information, you are sharing that information only with CREAW.

1.1.1 The information you provide to get updates from CREAW:
When you register to use the website – for example, subscribe to receive emails from us or apply to become a member – you provide us with the mandatory information about you like Name, country, language to receive email updates and email address. This information is provided by you through secure forms and is stored on secure servers.

1.1.2 The payment information you provide to become member or registering for a paid event:
Also, while becoming a member or registering for events, you may need to provide payment information. CREAW doesn’t store any credit card information on its servers and uses payment gateway to process the payment information.

1.1.3 The optional information you chose to give us as CREAW member (with consent)
When you communicate with CREAW, provide optional information through forms on the website or use the site to communicate with other members, we collect information about your communication and any information you choose to provide.

1.1.4 Information you provide us through contact forms or when you directly communicate with us
When you communicate with us, we collect your communication and any other information you choose to provide us.

1.2 Information that is automatically collected (third party cookies)
In addition, when you interact with the Website, our servers may keep an activity log that does not identify you individually (“Non-Personal Information”). Generally, we collect the following categories of Non-Personal Information:

We may collect certain demographic data such as age and gender as part of collecting personal information;
We collect and store certain device information about your computer, mobile device, or other device that you use to access the Website. This information may include IP address, geolocation information, unique device identifiers, browser type, browser language, and other transactional information;
We automatically log certain usage information about your use of the Website. This information includes a reading history of the pages you view. We use this information to provide you with a more customized experience on the Website;
We collect and store additional “traffic data” such as time of access, date of access, software crash reports, session identification number, access times, and referring website addresses; and
We collect and store your search terms and search results.
We also collect and store certain other information regarding our users’ use of the Website so that third parties may provide us with reports and analysis regarding usage and browsing patterns of the Website.
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If you do not wish to receive cookies you can easily modify your web browser to refuse cookies, or to notify you when you receive a new cookie, see how here.

2. Use of information collected on this website
CREAW uses the information we collect about you to:

  • Better understand how you are using our website and what we could do to improve your experience.
  • Communicate with you via email to share resources and analysis in the field of women’s rights, connect with you and provide opportunities to engage with our work, keep you updated about developments at CREAW and with our partners.
  • Comply with our legal obligations to:
  • Detect and prevent fraud, spam, abuse, security incidents, and other harmful activity.
  • Conduct security investigations and risk assessments.
  • Verify or authenticate information provided by you (such as to verify your authorization to act as an agent on behalf of a nonprofit organization).
  • Conduct checks against databases and other information sources, to the extent permitted by applicable laws.
  • Resolve any disputes with any of our users or customers and enforce our agreements with third parties.
  • Enforce our Terms of Use and other policies.

3. Email Terms and Conditions

  • By opening any email sent from Centre for Rights Education and Awareness, the recipient is deemed to have read, understood and agreed to be bound by the terms and conditions provided below.
  • The information in any email sent from Centre for Rights Education and Awareness including any attachments is confidential and may be legally privileged.
  • Emails sent from Centre for Rights Education and Awareness are intended only for the use of the named addressee. If you are not the intended recipient please notify the sender and immediately delete the email in question from your system.
  • Emails are susceptible to alteration and their integrity cannot be guaranteed. Centre for Rights Education and Awareness does not accept legal responsibility for the contents of any email that is found to have been altered or manipulated.
  • The contents and opinions expressed in any email sent from Centre for Rights Education and Awareness are solely those of the author and do not necessarily represent those of Centre for Rights Education and Awareness. Centre for Rights Education and Awareness disclaims any liability to the fullest extent permissible by law for any consequences that may arise from the contents of any email sent from its systems including but not limited to personal opinions, malicious and/or defamatory information and data/codes that may compromise or damage the integrity of the recipient’s information technology systems.
  • Unless expressly stated by a duly authorised officer of Centre for Rights Education and Awareness nothing contained in any email message sent from Centre for Rights Education and Awareness may be construed as being an offer to contract or an acceptance of an offer capable of constituting a contract between Centre for Rights Education and Awareness and any recipient(s) of this email.