Website Privacy Statement

 This policy sets out the basis on which any personal data we collect from you through this website, or that you provide to us through it, will be processed by us. Please read the following carefully to understand our views and practices regarding your personal data and how we will treat it.

Use of this website by you constitutes acceptance by you of this privacy policy ("Privacy Policy"). If you do not wish to accept this Privacy Policy, please leave this website immediately.


This web site is operated by, or on behalf, of The Royal Society for the Support of Women of Scotland (the Society). This Privacy Policy only covers the Society's web site and does not extend to links to other web sites within this site.

The purpose of the Privacy Policy is to:

  • Reinforce our commitment to protecting personal information.
  • Identify what personal information we collect through this website and identify how this will be processed.
  • Identify how any personal information will be secured.

Any information you provide will be processed in accordance with, and will comply with, the General Data Protection Regulation (2018).

What Personal Data We Collect

The primary method of collecting personal information is through this website and primarily done through the "Contact Us" page. This form provides us with the following basic information: 1) your name; 2) your e-mail address; and 3) your phone number.  Records of any correspondence may be maintained.

In addition, we may monitor usage of our web site and may also keep a record of those links which are most regularly used.  This information is held anonymously and the provider of same cannot be identified. 

How We Use Personal Data

The information collected through the "Contact Us" is used only for processing your request and for auditing usage of our web site. The information collected through monitoring usage of our website will be used to update and tailor the published content to the needs of users. No information we collect is shared with third parties.


Certain data may be collected by "cookies", (, which are temporary internet files placed on your computer's hard drive by your web browser. This enables us to collect information such as the time spent on our web site and the pages used. Again, this information is held anonymously. No such information held by the Society will be disclosed to any third parties.