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Despite the UK exiting the EU, the British government has said GDPR will still apply and charities must comply. Many charities are still learning the details of the new regulation and whether or not their current data practices will still comply with data protection law.
This breakfast briefing aims to cut through the confusion and give you practical advice to ensure your charity is prepared for the future.
Book before 12 May to take advantage of our early-bird discounts
This event is for charities only. As a result, there are no corporate spaces available and we will withdraw places booked by non-charity delegates. We will issue a refund minus an administration fee of 15%
15 June 2017
8.45AM - 9.15AMMorning coffee & informal networkingMorning coffee & informal networking
9.15AM - 9.20AMChair’s welcomeStephen Cotterill, editor, Fundraising
9.20AM - 9.50AMGDPR: The changing legal landscape
Gordon Reid will discuss the legal implications of the new GDPR and will share insight into how you can prepare your organisation for the incoming changes. He will address the new requirements charities face within data governance, including amended data processing obligations, and will outline effective procedures around detecting and reporting breaches.
Gordon Reid, partner - charities, Barlow Robbins
9.50AM - 10.00AMAudience Q&AAudience Q&A
10.00AM - 10.30AMPractical application of GDPR consent
This session will provide you with guidance around the best ways in which to collect, store & use consent in line with the incoming GDPR and FRP regulatory changes. Focussing upon six key areas, Kat Carter & Daniel Keyworth will outline how to strike a balance between adhering to data privacy regulation and delivering positive supporter experience, ultimately ensuring your charity is able to deliver on its core mission.Kat Carter, customer success manager, Hubbub and Dan Keyworth, director for customer engagement, Blackbaud
10.30AM - 10.40AMAudience Q&AAudience Q&A
10.40AM - 11.00AMNetworking and refreshment breakNetworking and refreshment break
11.00AM - 11.35AMGDPR & the Fundraising Preference Service: Your questions answered
Bring your questions for an interactive session with the Fundraising Regulator; Gerald Oppenheim will aim to clear confusion regarding the interplay between the incoming FPS and GDPR legislation, including queries surrounding consent & opt-in models, and will share examples of best practice to help equip you with the tools required to implement changes ahead of May 2018.
Gerald Oppenheim, head of policy & communications, Fundraising Regulator
11.35AM - 12.00PMQ&A with speakersQ&A with speakers
Early bird by 12 May £50*
Standard fee (after 12 May) £80*
*All prices exc VAT. This event is for charities only. As a result, there are no corporate spaces available and we will withdraw places booked by non-charity delegates. We will issue a refund minus an administration fee of 15%.
Substitution and cancellation policy: On receipt of your booking form, your place is confirmed. Delegate substitutions are allowed. Refunds on cancellations will only be issued (less a 15% administration charge) up to and including 14 days prior to the event. Refunds will not be issued after this date. Confirmation of cancellations MUST be in writing and sent or faxed to Civil Society Media at 15 Prescott Place, London, SW4 6BS 020 7819 1200 (fax: 020 7819 1210).
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