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Community and Family Centre | GDPR

Principles of personal data processing and data protection

Amélie Centre for Healthy Family, z.ú. and Amálka Children’s Group (hereinafter referred to as DS Amálka and Amélie Centre) appreciates your trust in providing us with your personal data and would like to inform you that we process and protect your personal data in accordance with all applicable legislation, including the GDPR.

We process personal data that you entrust to us for the following reasons (to fulfil
these purposes):

  1. Provision of DS services, participation in the Amélie Centre programme

    Your personal data in the range of name, surname, e-mail, telephone number, or the name and surname of the child and his/her date of birth, is only used to record your participation in the activities of the Amélie Healthy Family Centre.

  2. Bookkeeping

    If you are a customer, we necessarily need your personal data (billing data) in order to comply with the legal obligation to issue and record tax documents.

  3. Sending newsletters

    In order to send you information about the programme and activities of DS Amálka and the Amélie Centre by e-mail, we need your e-mail address. If you wish to stop receiving emails, you can easily do so at any time by sending an email with your request.

  4. Photos from the events of DS Amálka and the Amélie Centre for Healthy Families

    At some events – in DS, courses, seminars, talks – we take photographic documentation. We use the photos in promotional materials, especially on the website. You will never find the names of the participants in these materials, unless it is a reference and then by permission. We never take photographs without the prior consent of the participants, it is always possible to refuse such recording.

Who is the controller of your personal data?

  1. Amélie Centre for Healthy Family, z.ú. DS Amálka (hereinafter referred to as the “Administrator”), with its registered office at Gruzínská 661/14, Prague 10 and its registered office at Hviezdoslavova 1600/16, Prague 4, 149 00

  2. The controller determines how personal data will be processed, for what purpose and for how long, and selects any additional processors to assist in the processing. If you wish to contact us, as the controller, about anything in the course of processing, please contact us on the details below.

Security and protection of personal data

  1. We protect personal data using modern technologies that correspond to a high level of technical development. We protect it as if it were our own. We have adopted and maintain almost all possible (currently known) technical and organizational measures to prevent the misuse, damage or destruction of your personal data.

  2. Your personal data can be accessed by our carefully selected employees. This may also include data storage and software application providers, cooperating natural and legal persons providing web and software application administration or performing technical, organizational, operational, administrative, logistical or other categories of activities for us. We enter into contracts with processors in which the fulfilment of data protection obligations is agreed so that your data remains secure. All potential global technology providers used by us (data storage, social networks, software, etc.), with whom it is not technically possible to enter into a separate written processing agreement, are obliged to comply with all GDPR requirements on their side and are fully committed to protecting all personal data of users, including those managed by us.

  3. In exceptional cases, we are also obliged to disclose personal data to the relevant administrative authorities if we are required to do so by law (i.e. in particular in the case of an inspection in which the relevant authority is entitled to require the submission of personal data).

  4. The processing of our data takes place exclusively within the European Union.

Security and protection of personal data

You have a number of rights in relation to the protection of personal data. If you wish to exercise any of these rights, please contact us by email:

  1. You have the right to information, which is already fulfilled by this information page with the personal data processing policy.

  2. Thanks to the right of access, you can ask us at any time and we will provide you with evidence within 30 days as to what personal data we process and why.

  3. If something changes or you find your personal data outdated or incomplete, you have the right to have your personal data completed and amended.

  4. You may exercise your right to restrict processing if you believe that we are processing your inaccurate data, if you believe that we are processing unlawfully but do not want to delete all of your data, or if you have objected to the processing. You can limit the scope of the personal data or the purpose of the processing (e.g. by unsubscribing from the newsletter you limit the purpose of the processing for sending commercial communications.)

  5. Right to portability

    If you would like to take your personal information and transfer it to someone else, we will follow the same process as when you exercise your right of access – except that we will supply the information to you in machine-readable form. Here we need at least 30 days.

  6. Right to erasure (to be forgotten)

    Another right you have is the right to erasure (to be forgotten). If you wish, you have the right to do so. In this case, we will delete all your personal data from our system and from the systems of all sub-processors and backups. We need 30 days to secure the right to erasure and erasure can only be carried out upon written request. In some cases, we are bound by a legal obligation and, for example, we must keep records of tax documents or attendance documents issued for a period of time specified by law. In this case, we will therefore delete all such personal data that are not bound by another law.

  7. Complaint to the Office for Personal Data Protection

    If you feel that we are not treating your data in accordance with the law, you have the right to complain to the Data Protection Authority at any time. However, we would be very pleased if you would inform us directly of this suspicion first so that we can take action and correct any wrongdoing.

  8. Silence

    We would like to assure you that our employees and associates who will process your personal data are obliged to maintain confidentiality of personal data and security measures, the disclosure of which would compromise the security of your personal data. This confidentiality shall continue even after the end of the contractual relationship with us. Your personal data will not be released to any other third party without your consent.

This Privacy Policy applies from 25 May 2018 and replaces our previous Privacy Policy.

For further questions and requests, please contact:

Katěrina Mézlová


Phone: +420 776 091 407


Amélie Centrum pro zdravou rodinu
Gruzínská 661/14
100 00, Praha 10