UNESCO IESALC is committed to protecting the privacy of individuals and the personal information provided to us when visiting the campus, and UNESCO pages on other sites (such as UNESCO’s official social media profiles).
Information received and stored by UNESCO when you visit iesalc.unesco.org
By accessing iesalc.unesco.org, certain information, such as Internet Protocol (IP) addresses, navigation behavior through the website, the software used and the time spent, along with other similar information, will be stored on UNESCO’s servers. These will not specifically identify you. The information will be used internally only for website traffic analysis.
If you provide uniquely identifying information, such as name, e-mail address, postal address and other information on forms stored on this website, such information will be used only for statistical purposes and will not be published for general access or disclosed or sold to third parties. UNESCO IESALC, however, assumes no responsibility for the security of this information.
Use and purposes
Regarding the uses and purposes, we inform you that by completing and submitting the registration and enrollment forms, the user agrees that the data and information provided will be incorporated into a computerized file, managed by the platform itself, and for the purpose of analyzing data results and send you information about any of our activities and services related to the courses.
The data collected through the Web will only be transferred in those cases in which the User is expressly informed of it.
We inform you that comments or other information posted by you either in your profile or in forums, wikis and other areas of the site designed for public communications or communications between registered class members can be viewed and downloaded by others with whom you share the course in which you participate.
Users may exercise their rights of access, rectification, cancellation and opposition. To exercise these rights, users may contact: firstname.lastname@example.org.
By means of this policy, the user declares that he/she knows, consents and expressly authorizes the incorporation of his/her personal data to the processing of his/her data for the purposes expressed.
IESALC reserves the right to modify this Policy in order to adapt it to new legislation, jurisprudential criteria, industry practices, or interests of the entity. Any modification to it will be announced with due notice, so that the User is fully aware of its contents. We will revise or update this policy if our practices change, or as we develop better ways to keep you informed about them. You should check this page frequently for the latest information and the effective date of any changes. If we decide to change this policy, we will post a new policy on our site and change the date at the bottom.
UNESCO IESALC does not warrant that the information, documents and materials contained in this website are complete and correct, and shall not be liable in any way for any damages incurred as a result of such use. For more information, click on:
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Cookies used on this website
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This website uses the following own cookies: Session cookies, in order to establish the user authentication mechanism.
This website uses Session cookies in order to set the user authentication mechanism.