The Information Commissioner’s Officer has published its guidance on consent, one of the central planks of the new GDPR regulations.

You can find this on the ICO website.  There is also a blog there, expanding on the guidance, and exploring more myths that have arisen around GDPR.

This is the most helpful and comprehensive advice for GDPR, and contains a number of hlepful information sheets or pages, some designed specifically for small charities.

 

While you are considering GDPR, please ensure that your organisation remains signed up tot he Cornwall VSF newsletter, and retains its membership, by clicking on the links in the emails you will have received. 

 

The FSI are running a GDPR online seminar to cover the essentials, on May 22.

Book your place now at the FSI website.  The cost is £5 to members, and membership is free.

 

Third Sector, the charity news forum, has a subscriber hub specifically around GDPR.  If you are already a subscriber, do visit it.  If not, membership is from £47 per quarter, or you can read some sections of the magazine for free, and catch any of the other really good stuff on this website, as Cornwall VSF does subscribe!

For example, they have highlighted the GDPR guidance for fundraisers, published by the Fundraising Regulator and Institute of Fundraising – click here for the Guidance.

 

GDPR for Community Groups – courses in Cornwall

PCDT is holding GDPR for Community Groups courses – and have added an extra date to cope with the demand!

  • 5 June – NOW FULLY BOOKED
  • 22 June – CRCC offices, 2 Princes Street, Truro, 10am-1pm. £25 per delegate.

Email training@pcdt.org.uk  for information, and to book.