Privacy policy

(A more detailed and comprehensive data processing policy is available on the Data Controller’s website)


„Let’s Teach for Hungary program”, hereinafter referred to as: Project

Data Controller

By applying (registering) for the Project (program), the Participant accepts that his or her personal data will be processed by the data controller (hereinafter referred to as: the Data Controller):

Name of Data Controller IFKA Public Benefit Nonprofit Ltd.
Data Controller’s representative: Gyula Barta-Eke
Position: Managing Director
Email address:
Phone Number: +36 (1) 213 2213
Official Seat: 1062 Budapest, Andrássy út 100.
Tax ID number:
Data Protection Officer:

Legal background

Data processing for the above project is managed in compliance with the following legal norms:
  • Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council  (General Data Protection Regulation or GDPR)
  • Act No. CXII of 2011 on the right to informational self-determination and freedom (Information Act)
  • Act V of 2013 on the Civil Code (Civil Code)
  • National Authority for Data Protection and Freedom of Information recommendation on information in advance on data protection requirements

Scope of personal data processed and purposes of data processing

During registration process:

Type of personal data Purpose of data processing
Name of participant Certification of program participation, identification
Participant’s email address For sending confirmation and reminder emails; Sending information on services; Communication,
Participant’s phone number Communication

Over the course of Project (program) participation:

Type of personal data Purpose of data processing
Name of participant Certification of program participation, identification
Participant’s email address For sending confirmation and reminder emails; Sending information on services; Communication,
Participant’s place and date of birth  Identification, to be identifiable
Participant’s mother’s maiden name Identification, to be identifiable
Name of parent/legal guardian Identification, to be identifiable
Participant’s phone number Communication

Lawfulness of data processing
„Statutory requirements”, „Data Subject consent”, „Performance of contract”

Duration of data processing:
The duration of data processing shall be 5 years following the Project maintenance period.
Registration and contact information shall be erased from the system upon the data subject’s request, unless such erasure affects data controller obligations arising from statutory or contract performance requirements.

Data transfer:
The Data Controller may transmit the Participant’s (data subject’s) personal data to bodies, organizations and authorities prescribed by law or relevant contracts in order to perform its statutory or contractual obligations.

Access to data:
Only persons named as organizers of a given event shall have access to your registration data.
The Data Controller shall not disclose such data to third persons, with the exception of official requests by the authorities.

Data security breach measures

Your data disclosed to IFKA Public Benefit Nonprofit Ltd. are partly stored on its own servers; some services are outsourced to the following service providers:
  • AB Plusz Bt.
  • Microsoft Hungary Kft.

The Data Controller shall take appropriate steps to ensure that your personal data is protected against unauthorized access and unauthorized alteration, among others.

Your data processing rights
  • right of access
  • right to rectification
  • right to erasure
  • right to restricted data processing
  • right to be forgotten
  • right to be informed related to restriction of data processing
  • right to data portability
  • right to object
  • right to object to direct marketing
  • rights in relation to automated decision making and profiling

Special provisions for children’s personal data

Given that the Project’s target group is comprised of primary school children aged 12-16 living in small towns and villages, safeguarding the children’s personal data is of utmost importance to the Data Controller. Processing the personal data of children participating in the program does not serve any marketing purposes and the Data Controller does not pursue any personal or user profiling activities. The Project and the related mentoring programs primarily serve teaching, training, information, advisory and prevention purposes:

With consideration to the above, children under the age of 16 may only participate in the Project and the related programs with a valid “Parental Consent Form” consenting to data processing and participation. The “Parental Consent Form” is available at:

Parental consent form

Data processing related legal remedies:
The primary, fastest and most reliable tool to remedy any issues arising between Participants (data subjects) and the Data Controller is direct conciliation between the parties, or with the assistance of a moderator, if necessary. Thus, we encourage all Participants (data subjects) to contact the Data Controller or its data protection officer directly and with confidence if they have any questions, observations, problematic issues or have experienced any deficiencies, or indicate such issues via the contact channels indicated on the Data Controller’s own website.

In the event that such conciliation appears to be impossible due to the nature or conditions of a situation, the data subject may initiate National Authority for Data Protection and Freedom of Information (hereinafter referred to as: Authority) proceedings if he or she detects a breach of conduct by the Data Controller. We hereby emphasize that the Authority also recommends that when the problem first arises, the data subject should turn directly to the Data Controller to seek an amicable solution, which  is, of course, not a mandatory procedure.  The Authority’s website is available at, via email at, or by post at 1530 Budapest, Pf.: 5.

The data subject may file court proceedings in the event of infringement of his or her rights. The suit shall be judged by the courts. The suit shall be filed at the court with jurisdiction at the data subject’s place of residence or permanent address (depending on the data subject’s preference).

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