Consent to be contacted by EAB
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is about ensuring that organisations which hold information on people act as responsible stewards of that data.
The Esperanto Association of Britain occasionally likes to contact its members and course participants about things which it believes might be of general interest. Examples from the recent past include informing members about the death of Marjorie Boulton, the country's most eminent Esperantist, or contacting students who enjoyed a course that a follow-up session had been arranged.
The GDPR does not allow organisations to presume that people consent to their personal details being used in this way. Without explicit consent, we will be unable to contact you. If you would like us to send you occasional emails, please complete the form below. If you change your mind in the future, you can make us aware by filling in a new instance of this form or by sending us an email at
) to see how we collect and use your personal data and what your individual rights are.
I am happy for the Esperanto Association of Britain to send me occasional emails about things which it believes might be of interest to me. I understand that I am free to change my mind at any time and can notify the Esperanto Association of Britain either by email (
) or by filling in another form and indicating so. I understand that the Esperanto Association of Britain does not and will not provide my personal details to third parties.
I do not wish to be contacted by the Esperanto Association of Britain.
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