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Privacy Policy

Teenspire Global Mission 


Teenspire Global Mission is committed to fair information practices. Teenspire Global Mission respects the privacy and security of its users. Our goal is to provide you with a rich and personalized web service that is most relevant to you. Teenspire Global Mission will collect information during your visits in order to understand your usage and ensure future content decision reflect your needs. Teenspire Global Mission will not disclose any information collected during your visits to any third party.


Teenspire Global Mission collects information in several ways: from our Web server logs, cookies and also specific searches you may conduct.


Examples of information we may track include:

·       Internet protocol address

·       browser or computer type

·       the number of links clicked within the site

·       the state or country from which you accessed the site

·       the date and time of your visit

·       the name of your Internet service provider

·       the Web page you linked to our site from

·       the pages you viewed on the site​



Teenspire Global Mission is a youth empowerment organisation with a. focus on programs for young people between 14 and 18 years like research, webinars, podcasts, videos, and insight reports We take our responsibilities as a data controller seriously and are committed to using the personal data we hold in accordance with the law.

This Privacy Policy is compliant with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) 2016/679, and it provides detailed information about how we process personal data. Please read it carefully and, if you have questions regarding your personal data or its use, please contact us via


We process personal data about members, schools, advisors, speakers and attendees to our webinars and IDIEA Programs.

The personal data we process takes different forms – it may be factual information, expressions of opinion, images or other recorded information which identifies or relates to a living individual. Examples include:

·       names, addresses, telephone numbers, e-mail addresses and other contact details;

·       images, audio and video recordings;

·       courses, meetings or events attended


We collect most of the personal data we process directly from the individual concerned (or in the case of students, from their schools). In some cases, we collect data from third parties (for example, professionals or authorities we work with) or from publicly available resources.

Personal data held by us is processed by appropriate members of Teenspire global Mission for the purposes for which the data was provided. We take appropriate technical and organisational steps to ensure the security of personal data about individuals, including policies around use of technology and devices. We do not transfer personal data to third parties.

We do not share or sell personal data to other organisations for their own purposes.


We process personal data to support the organization’s activities and in particular for:

·       The selection and admission of young people to our IDIEA Programs and our Webinars;

·       The provision of content to members;

·       The provision of self-development courses as advised by our partner schools;

·       The research into and development of future programs and assessing current program progress;

·       Maintaining relationships with school partners and the wider community by communicating with the current members via their schools regarding upcoming events and programs.



We fundraise from individuals, companies and foundations who want to support our events. We do not use third-party profiling companies but we may analyse publicly available data about potential donors (e.g. from LinkedIn) to create a profile of interests and preferences so that we can make appropriate requests.

We ask you to join the Teenspire Global Mission Mailing List in order to keep you updated about our activities and invite you to events of interest by email. You can join the list if you click Note that you can unsubscribe from the our Mailing List at any time by visiting



We retain personal data only for a legitimate and lawful reason and only for so long as necessary or required by law. If you have any specific queries about our record retention periods or wish to request that your personal data is considered for erasure, please contact us.



You have various rights under GDPR to access and understand the personal data we hold about you, and in some cases to ask for it to be erased or amended or for us to stop processing it, but subject to certain exemptions and limitations.

You always have the right to withdraw consent, where given, or otherwise object to receiving generic or upcoming programs/ events communications.

If you would like to access or amend your personal data or would like it to be transferred to another person or organisation or have some other objection to how your personal data is used, please make your request in writing to the Data Protection Officer.

We will respond to any such written requests as soon as is reasonably practicable and in any event within statutory time-limits, which is one month in the case of requests for access to information. We will be better able to respond quickly to smaller, targeted requests for information. If the request is manifestly excessive or similar to previous requests, we may ask you to reconsider or charge a proportionate fee, but only where GDPR allows it.

You should be aware that certain data is exempt from the right of access. This may include information which identifies other individuals, or information which is subject to legal privilege. We are also not required to disclose any program outcomes, nor any confidential reference given by the school for the purposes of the assessment by advisory board, training or progress of any individual.


The rights under Data Protection legislation belong to the individual to whom the data relates. However, we will often rely on school consent to process personal data relating to students (if consent is required) unless, given the nature of the processing in question, and the student’s age and understanding, it is more appropriate to rely on the student’s consent.

Schools should be aware that in such situations they may not be consulted, depending on the interests of the child.


We try to ensure that all personal data held in relation to an individual is as up to date and accurate as possible.  Please notify Teenspire Global Mission of any changes to important information, such as contact details, held about you.


Our Privacy Policy should be read in conjunction with our other policies and terms and conditions.

We will update this Privacy Policy from time to time. Any substantial changes that affect how we process your personal data will be notified on our website and to you directly, as far as practicable.

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