Research for the Creative Industries Policy Evidence Centre and Arts Council England: Privacy notice
General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), this privacy notice sets out the legal basis for processing data in relation to this research project. This includes who will have access to your personal data, how your data will be used, stored and deleted and who you can contact with a query or a complaint.
Who will have access to my personal data?
The Institute for Employment Studies (IES) has been commissioned by the Creative Industries Policy Evidence Centre and Arts Council England to conduct research to understand how to enhance creative education in schools and teaching for creativity to shape evolving policy around creative education.
For the purpose of this research, IES is undertaking interviews with school staff who have been involved in creative education, interviews with the parents of students who have been involved in creative projects and interviews with external partners that have supported creative projects.
Interviewees will be asked to provide information about their job and organisation, along with views on the delivery of creative education. Interviewees will be asked for explicit consent to take part in research activities. All contributions will be anonymised, the research team will analyse and present finding at an aggregate level. The Creative Industries Policy Evidence Centre and Arts Council England will not see individual responses to the research.
Please do note, that we hope to be able to name your organisation as a case study – the institution will be named but you will remain anonymous. If we do use a quote from you, we will use generic job titles. This means that while you will remain anonymous, those who know you may be able to identify you.
What is the legal basis for processing my data?
The Creative Industries Policy Evidence Centre (CI PEC), funded by Nesta is the controller for data processed as part of this research. This means that they are responsible for deciding the purpose and legal basis for processing data. For this project the legal basis for processing data is Article 6(1)(f) of the General Data Protection Regulation where: “processing is necessary for the purposes of the legitimate interests pursued by the controller or by a third party, except where such interests are overridden by the interests or fundamental rights and freedoms of the data subject which require protection of personal data, in particular where the data subject is a child.”.
Processing of data for this project will include sharing some items of personal information with a third-party research partner conducting the research (The Institute for Employment Studies). You can contact Lesley Giles email@example.com.
How will my data be treated?
If you are invited and choose to take part in an interview, the data you give will be used for research purposes only.
All data will be processed by IES staff in the UK. No third parties will have access to your personal data unless the law allows them to do so.
Who can I contact if I would like to withdraw my interview data?
You have the right to withdraw the information you have provided as part of the interviews or survey research within fourteen (14) days of the date when it was collected. If you have taken part in the research but would like your data withdrawn, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Who can I contact with a query about how my data will be used?
If you have any questions about how your data will be used, please contact Suzanne.Anderson@employment-studies.co.uk data protection adviser at IES, ore email Lesley Giles email@example.com with the subject ‘For the attention of the data protection lead’.
Who can I contact with a complaint?
In line CI PEC and Nesta’s complaint policy procedure you can contacts them with any complaint about how we are using your personal information, please email or write to them at firstname.lastname@example.org or 58 Victoria Embankment London EC4Y 0DS UK.
Under GDPR, you have the right to lodge a complaint with the Information Commissioner’s Office at www.ico.org.uk