- About IF
- The Issues
- You put hunger on the agenda
- IF response: G8 tax agreement
- Kofi Annan on G8 tax and transparency
- 1.4 million petition to PM at G8 summit
- Tax deal: G8 must not freeze out poor countries
- Scandal of tax dodging continues
- Thousands turn out for Big IF Belfast
- IF response: land grabs
- IF response: PM's announcement on tax havens
- UK tax havens: G8 action needed
- Tens of thousands at Big IF London rally
- IF response: New Alliance event
- IF response: Nutrition for Growth
- 3,500 attend IF church service
- Schoolchildren call for action on hunger
- Nutrition letter to David Cameron
- IF response: Child deaths through malnutrition
- IF response: food security report #2
- IF response: food security report #1
- 7 June: #IFYouTube web chat
- Christian Aid tax and hunger report
- 'IF You, IF We, IF Everyone'
- Save the Children: child nutrition report
- IF online live Q&A
- IF response: PM's letter to tax havens
- Religious lobby of Parliament
- IF response: Cameron/Obama G8 comments
- Time is running out for a meaningful deal on tax dodging
- UK tax havens: the elephant in the room
- IF response: Queen's Speech
- IF response: Budget 2013
- We did it! UK keeps aid promise
- Spot The George
- Over 100 economists support UK's aid commitment
- "What has aid ever done for anyone?"
- Budget 2013: invest in aid, take action on tax dodging
- Celebrity letter to the Chancellor
- Business leaders support UK aid pledge
- Emily Mbithuka: determined to feed her family
- Ocola Polly: standing up for women farmers
- Halima Ali: fighting for land
- What IF the G8 leaders were kids?
- Scotland urged to help fight global land grabs
- IF response: Oxfam's report on big food companies
- IF response: aid and defence
- IF response: government pledge on tax dodging
- Breastfeeding: a matter of life and death
- IF response: Save the Children's breastfeeding report
- IF response: ActionAid's 'Sweet Nothings' report
- Scots party leaders support end of global hunger
- IF statement on food sovereignty
- IF launches around the UK
- An introduction from Desmond Tutu
- Get Involved
- Who We Are
- 24-7 Prayer UK
- A Rocha UK
- Action Against Hunger
- Action for Global Health UK
- ActionAid Youth Network
- Advantage Africa
- Africa UK
- African Achievers International
- African Initiatives
- Age International
- Al Mustafa Trust International
- Al-Khair Foundation
- Al-Mustafa Welfare Trust
- AlMaghrib Institute
- Amirah Foundation
- Arthur & Henry
- Article 19
- Asian Foundation for Philanthropy
- BMS World Mission
- Baptist Union of Great Britain
- Baptist Union of Wales
- Basti Ram
- Beyond Skin
- British Humanist Association
- CARLA International
- COCO (Comrades of Children Overseas)
- Care International UK
- Children in Crossfire
- Christian Aid
- Christian Aid Ireland
- Christian Concern for One World
- Christian Socialist Movement
- Comic Relief
- Commitment for Life
- Compassion in World Farming
- Concern Universal
- Concern Worldwide
- Congregational Federation
- Creating Better Futures
- Creatives Against Poverty
- Cyan International
- Diaspora Engagement
- Diaspora Volunteering Alliance
- Disability Aid Abroad
- Divine Chocolate
- Eco-Congregation Scotland
- Elim Pentecostal Churches
- Emerge Poverty Free
- Ethical Currency
- Excellent Development
- Exeter Quaker Meeting
- FOSIS (Federation of Student Islamic Societies)
- Fair Corp
- Fair Trade Wales
- Farm Africa
- Feed the Hungry UK
- Fields of Life
- Food for the Hungry UK
- Forum for the Future
- Friends of the Earth Scotland
- GENNI (Global Education Network Northern Ireland)
- Global Giving
- Global Student Forum
- Go Dharmic
- Green Shoots Foundation
- HACOT (Humanitarian and Charitable ONE Trust)
- Handicap International UK
- Healthy Planet UK
- Human Appeal International
- International HIV/AIDS Alliance
- International Medical Corps
- Irish Congress of Trade Unions: Northern Ireland Committee
- Irish Council of Churches
- Islamic Help
- Islamic Relief UK
- Islamic Society of Britain
- Isle of Man Enough Food For Everyone IF Campaign Group
- Jesuit Missions UK
- Jewish Social Action Forum (JHub)
- Jewish Vegetarian Society
- Just Trading Scotland
- Justice & Peace Scotland
- LAMB Health Care Foundation
- Liberal Democrat Christian Forum
- Links International
- Live Below the Line
- London Muslim Centre
- MADE in Europe
- Merched y Wawr
- Mercy Corps
- Methodist Relief & Development Fund
- Methodist Tax Justice Network
- Mo Farah Foundation
- Muslim Aid
- Muslim Charity
- Muslim Women's Network UK
- Myrddin Presbytery of the Presbyterian Church of Wales (Henaduriaeth Myrddin)
- NIPSA (Northern Ireland Public Service Alliance)
- National Board of Catholic Women
- National Federation of Women's Institutes
- National Justice and Peace Network
- National Union of Students
- Nile African Development
- One World Centre, Isle of Man
- One World Week
- Oxfam Ireland
- Pants to Poverty
- Partners for Change Ethiopia
- Pastoral and Environmental Network in the Horn of Africa (PENHA)
- Peace by Piece
- Penny Appeal
- People River
- Positive Runway
- Positive Women
- Publish What You Fund
- READ Foundation
- Rainbow Development in Africa
- Restless Development
- SEAD (Scottish Education and Action for Development)
- SPEAK Network
- Save the Children
- Scotland Malawi Partnership
- Scottish Fair Trade Forum
- Self Help Africa
- Send a Cow
- Skillshare International
- Smile International
- Social Enterprise UK
- Soil Association
- Student Christian Movement
- Tauheedul Relief
- The Britain-Nepalm Medical Trust
- The Church in Wales
- The Church of England
- The Church of Scotland
- The Fairtrade Foundation
- The Global Poverty Project
- The Humanitarian Centre
- The Hunger Project UK
- The Justice Initiative
- The Life You Can Save
- The Methodist Church in Britain
- The Mondo Loco Foundation
- The Movement for Reform Judaism
- The Presbyterian Church of Wales
- The Rights Practice
- The Salvation Army
- The Scottish Episcopal Church
- The Union of Welsh Independents
- The University of Winchester
- The Vegan Society
- The Zahra Trust
- Think Global
- Tools For Solidarity
- Trust for Africa's Orphans
- UKAN (UK Aid Network)
- UNA-UK (United Nations Association of the UK)
- UNICEF UK
- Union of Jewish Students
- United Reformed Church
- Urdd Gobaith Cymru / Welsh League of Youth
- Vegetarian Society
- Vine Trust
- Wales Africa Community Links
- Wales Council for Voluntary Action (WCVA)
- Wales International Development Hub
- Wales Liberia Connect
- War on Want Northern Ireland
- Welsh Centre for International Affairs
- World Jewish Relief
- World Vision UK
- Y Care International
- Your World View
- Zambia Diaspora Development Network
- The G8
Privacy & Cookies Policy
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By using our site, you consent to the collection and use of information by Enough Food For Everyone IF in accordance with this statement. If you do not agree to this statement, please do not use our site.
Enough Food For Everyone IF is a campaign made up of over 100 charities. The full list of them is available in the Who We Are section.
- The Data Protection Act 1998;
- The Privacy and Electronic Communications (EC Directive) Regulations 2003, as amended by The Privacy and Electronic Communications (EC Directive) (Amendment) Regulations 2011;
- Directive 2009/136/EC of 25 November 2009 ("The European Cookie Directive").
1. Statement of intent
From time to time, you will be asked to submit personal information about yourself (e.g. name and email address etc.) in order to receive information, use services on our website or to carry out a particular action, for example:
- to receive an e-newsletter
- to take an online action
- to leave a comment
By entering your details in the fields requested, Enough Food For Everyone IF will be able to provide you with the services or carry out the action you select. Whenever you provide such personal information, we will treat that information in accordance with this statement. Our services are designed to give you the information that you want to receive. Enough Food For Everyone IF will act in accordance with current legislation and aim to meet current internet best practice.
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- estimate our audience size and patterns;
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- track preferences and to improve and update our websites;
- download a directory of the cookies used by Enough Food For Everyone IF.
3. Submitting personal information
When you supply any personal information to Enough Food For Everyone IF, we have legal obligations towards you in the way we deal with that data. We have to collect the information fairly, (see the notices on particular web pages which let you know why we are requesting the information) and to let you know how we will use it and whether we will pass the information on to anyone else.
4. How is your information used?
We will use the information you provide to us to, for example:
- fulfil your requests, for example participation in campaigns and provision of information;
- identify visitors;
- provide a personalised service to you when you visit our website e.g. by customising the content and/or layout of our pages for each individual user;
- record any contact we have with you;
- prevent or detect fraud or abuses of our website and enable third parties to carry out technical, logistical or other functions on our behalf;
- in aggregate (and therefore anonymously) to profile use of our website and carry out research on our users' demographics, interests and behaviour to help us gain a better understanding of how our users navigate and use our website, and to enable us to improve our service to you;
- provide you with information which we think may be of interest to you, as explained below.
We may use other companies to provide services on our behalf, but we will only provide those companies with the information they need to deliver the service. We may disclose aggregate statistics about our site visitors, customers and sales in order to describe our services to prospective partners, advertisers and other reputable third parties and for other lawful purposes, but these statistics will include no personally identifying information.
We may disclose personal information if required to do so by law or if we believe that such action is necessary to protect and defend the rights, property or personal safety of Enough Food For Everyone IF, our website or our visitors and for other lawful purposes.
Should we merge with another organisation to form a new entity, your data may be transferred to the new entity.
5. Direct marketing and user surveys
As well as using personal information to fulfil requests, we also like to keep our supporters informed about Enough Food For Everyone IF's activities, campaigns or updates to our sites. As Enough Food For Everyone IF's services expand, there will be more opportunities to enhance the services provided to you. From time to time we may provide you with details of other Enough Food For Everyone IF services, products, campaigns and promotions which may be of interest to you and offer you the opportunity to subscribe to them. We may also offer you the opportunity to participate in surveys carried out by Enough Food For Everyone IF or its agents which help our research into the types of service we offer. Enough Food For Everyone IF will keep a record of information provided by you.
We do agree from time to time with other like-minded organisations to contact each other's supporters for mutual benefit. We would only provide another organisation with your information in this way if you had not objected to us doing so. In addition, we sometimes contact our supporters with offers from companies that benefit Enough Food For Everyone IF and may be of interest.
When submitting your personal information, you will be given the option not to be included in mailings or other contacts from Enough Food For Everyone IF or other organisations. If you don’t object to us sending you this information, and later decide that you no longer wish to be contacted, you can let us know by emailing us.
If we contact you by email, each time you receive a message you will also have the option to decline to receive further information from us.
6. Access to and changes to your personal information
You have the right to request a copy of the personal information which Enough Food For Everyone IF holds about you and to have any inaccuracies corrected. (We charge a fee of £10 for information requests.)
The Data Protection Act 1998 applies to our use of personal information submitted via our website. To find out more about your entitlements under this legislation, visit the Information Commissioner's website.
Please note that if you have signed up directly through a named charity, then you must contact that charity for your information.
7. Users under 18
If you are under 18, please make sure that you obtain your parent/guardian's permission beforehand whenever you provide personal information via our website. Users without this consent are not allowed to provide us with personal information. Also, if you do use our site to obtain information about campaigning or supporting the work of Enough Food For Everyone IF, please let an adult know.
8. Fraudulent online activity
No data transmission over the internet can be guaranteed to be 100% secure. As a result, while we strive to protect your personal information, Enough Food For Everyone IF cannot ensure or warrant the security of any information you transmit to us, and you do so at your own risk. Once we receive your transmission, we make our best effort to try to ensure its security both on our systems and while in transit between our systems and the companies who provide us with various services (see How is your information used?).
Enough Food For Everyone IF endeavours to prevent online fraudulent activity taking place. In order to prevent this activity from happening we have put additional security checks in place on our website.
Our site contains links to other sites. We cannot be responsible for the privacy policies and practices of other websites even if you access them using links from our website and recommend that you check the policy of each site you visit.
In addition, if you linked to our website from a third party website, we cannot be responsible for the privacy policies and practices of the owners or operators of that third party site and recommend that you check the policy of that third party site and contact its owner or operator if you have any concerns or questions.
10. Where is your information stored?
Information which you submit via our website is sent to a computer located in the United Kingdom or elsewhere in the European Economic Area (EEA). This is necessary in order to process the information and to send you the information you have requested. Information submitted by you may be transferred by us to our other offices and to other reputable third party organisations as referred to in this statement, and these may be situated outside the EEA.
Emails aren't always secure, and they may be interrupted or changed after they've been sent. Enough Food For Everyone IF does not accept liability if this happens.
The contents of emails reflect their author's views and are not necessarily those of the Enough Food For Everyone IF campaign.
Please do not send Enough Food For Everyone IF - or any of the charities involved - any financial data via email.
The information in emails is confidential, so if you've received one by mistake, please delete it without copying, using or telling anyone about its contents.
We may make changes to this statement from time to time. If we change our Privacy Statement we will post the changes on this page. The amended Privacy Statement will apply from the date it is posted on our site and will govern the way in which we collect and use personal information from the date of the change.
This statement was last updated in March 2013.