Supporter terms and conditions

RJC supporter terms and conditions

By making a contribution to the Restorative Justice Council (RJC) as a supporter you (‘the supporter) agree to the following terms and conditions.

Application to become a supporter of the RJC

To become a supporter of the RJC you must:

Agree to make a financial contribution to the RJC.

Supply the RJC with your name, address and email.

Payment and refund of fees

The donation is for one year which starts from the date of application.

If the application is unsuccessful for any reason or the application is withdrawn within seven days of being made (regardless of whether it has been accepted) the supporter will be entitled to a full refund of the donation.

Supporter Benefits

The donation entitles the supporter to:

  • A copy of each issue of the RJC’s Resolution magazine
  • Monthly e-bulletins
  • Discounted entry to RJC and partner organisations’ conferences and events

Supporter constitutional rights

As a supporter of the RJC you forego your formal constitutional and voting rights.

If you would prefer to hold a full membership you should apply or either and individual or organisational membership.  

Variation

At its discretion, the RJC may at any time alter, amend, change, modify or withdraw any of the terms and conditions that comprise this agreement. Supporter renewal and continued use of supporter services shall be deemed acceptance of any changes to these Terms and Conditions.

Privacy policy

By accepting these terms and conditions, you agree to the use of your information as set out in the RJC privacy policy. In addition, by accepting these terms and conditions you agree to the following terms relating to access to sensitive personal data and confidential information.

Personal data

The RJC will process (non-sensitive) personal data relating to the supporter and their organisation, including (but not restricted to), the supporter’s name, names of the organisation’s contact people for invoicing, their job title, employer, direct phone line, email address.

All such personal data will be processed in accordance with the RJC’s privacy policy and the Data Protection Act 1998.

Sensitive personal data

Sensitive personal data includes personal data relating to racial or ethnic origins, political opinions, religious beliefs, membership of trade unions, physical or mental health, sexual life, the commission/alleged commission of alleged commission of any offence by that person or proceedings/disposal of proceedings relating to such an offence.

In so far as the RJC asks for information about the supporter’s racial or ethnic origins and physical or mental health during the application process for monitoring purposes, the data is automatically anonymised and held separately to the supporters records. Once anonymised such data does not constitute personal data for the purposes of the Data Protection Act 1998.

Marketing

The RJC will not supply data to any third party for marketing purposes without the express agreement of the supporter. For clarity, membership of the RJC does not in itself constitute consent to share data for marketing purposes.

Sharing personal data with third parties

The RJC may share supporter’s personal data with third parties for the administration of their supporter benefits.

Confidential information

These terms and conditions shall be interpreted in accordance with English law and all disputes shall be subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the courts of England and Wales.

Governing law

These terms and conditions shall be interpreted in accordance with English law and all disputes shall be subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the courts of England and Wales.