Privacy Notice – Dutch Shinkage ryu Foundation 

This is the Privacy Notice of the Dutch Shinkage ryu Foundation (Nederlandse Stichting Shinkage ryu – NSSr), having its registered office at Ansinghlaan 48, 3431 GV, Nieuwegein, Chamber of Commerce number 30267259, referred to hereafter as ‘NSSr’. This Privacy Notice applies to all website(s), organised activities and provided services of the NSSr.

When you participate in our activities or make use of our services, you (un)intentionally share your personal data with us. We believe it is important that your personal data is handled with care. That is why we have explained in this Privacy Notice how we handle your personal data and which rights you have based on the General Data Protection Regulation (‘GDPR’). If you have any questions regarding this Privacy Notice, please send your question by email to:

Processing of personal data 

The NSSr processes personal data which in our opinion is necessary to realize the purposes of organizing activities with and for you and the provision of our services to you. The aforementioned purposes entail the organization of seminars and other events for which you register with the NSSr to participate, sending newsletters and updates to keep you informed of our activities and managing our donor administration.

As such, the NSSr processes the following personal data on the basis of legitimate interest:

Name (first and last name)

Contact details (e.g. phone number, (email) address, etc.)

Budo-related information (e.g. dojo membership, (dan) grade, shogo, etc.)

The NSSr actively endeavors to limit the personal data processed and will only process your personal data for the purposes listed in this Privacy Notice.

The NSSr does not use cookies and does not track or record your behavior on our website(s) in any way.

Third parties

The NSSr will only provide your personal data to third parties when absolutely necessary for the performance of our services to and/or activities with you, or when required in order to comply with a legal obligation.

Access, rectification or erasure 

You have the right to access your personal data processed by the NSSr, through a request thereto (unless the NSSr is not obliged to provide access pursuant to the GDPR). Furthermore, you have the right to request rectification, erasure or restriction of your personal data from processing, and have the right to object to processing. When making a request based on the aforementioned rights, you must provide us with identification. If you wish your data to be erased, the NSSr will notify all other organizations that have received the relevant data from the NSSr of this request.


The NSSr will not keep your personal data any longer than is necessary for the purposes of processing, or for compliance with a legal obligation.


The NSSr takes appropriate measures, including confidentiality and access restriction, to protect your personal data against loss, alteration and unauthorized disclosure and access. Furthermore, our security measures are checked regularly.


If you are a minor and wish to register for any of our activities or services, you must provide explicit permission from your parent or guardian.

Links to other websites

The website(s) of the NSSr may contain links to other websites. This Privacy Notice only applies to the website(s) of the NSSr. Other websites use their own privacy policy. The NSSr recommends that you always consult the relevant Privacy Notice of these other websites.

Policy changes

The NSSr adjusts its privacy policy from time to time to keep it up-to-date. The most recent version of our Privacy Notice will always be included on our website(s). In case of significant changes, the NSSr will inform you by e-mail.

Contact details

If you have any questions about the processing activities of the NSSr or want to request access, alteration and/or erasure of your personal data processed by the NSSr, please reach out to the executive board via


If you have a complaint about our processing activities and are not satisfied with our aid, we are of course more than willing to provide you with the next steps to take. Pursuant to the GDPR you have the right to submit a complaint to the Dutch Data Protection Authority. You can contact the Dutch Data Protection Authority through

Amsterdam, April 2021