Online privacy statement

White Ribbon is committed to protecting your privacy. We respect the privacy of your information, and manage it according to the Law. The Law regulates how your information is handled throughout its life cycle, from collection to use and disclosure, storage, accessibility and disposal.

Personal Information

In the collection of personal information White Ribbon Australia is bound by the National Privacy Principles contained in the Privacy Act 1988 (Commonwealth). 

Purpose and Use

The primary purpose for collecting information from you is to tailor information about violence prevention, and to update you on other White Ribbon specific activities that may be of interest to you. Your information may be used to:

  • provide you with information;
  • report to government or other funding bodies on how funding is used;
  • process your donation and provide a receipt;
  • assess suitability to be a White Ribbon Australia volunteer or Ambassador;
  • respond to your enquiry.

It may also be used for any other purpose for which it was requested and to which you were advised or provided consent. Information may be used for directly related purposes.

Responsibility for Policy

If you have any concerns or complaints about a breach of this policy please contact White Ribbon in writing at PO Box 6303, North Sydney, NSW, 2059 or via admin@whiteribbon.org.au

This should be done within a reasonable time from when you first become aware of a breach of the White Ribbon Privacy Policy. Please identify the conduct that is the basis for the complaint and be as specific as possible about the details of the grievance. If you think there is information that is held by White Ribbon that is not accurate, you may ask to have it corrected. We encourage you to check this policy on our website as it may change from time to time. We will post any changes to the policy on this page. If you are not satisfied that your complaint has been adequately handled by White Ribbon, you may refer the matter to the Office of the Federal Privacy Commissioner.