You are on the website of the City of Namur. The non-profit organisation asbl Namur Europe Wallonie is the owner and responsible publisher of this website.
The present confidentiality policy sets out our respective rights and obligations when our services and tools are used: NEW asbl as Data Controller and you as consenting users.
What is the purpose of the present document?
NEW asbl is particularly committed to respecting the right of privacy of its members and any person whose personal data are held by it. In the performance of our various tasks, we are required to process the personal data of various users, whether or not they are members, via our News Letters or our websites, for a range of purposes.
We make every effort to comply with the legal provisions of the Data Protection Act, of 30 July 2018, and the legal provisions of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), of 14 April 2016, adopted by the European Parliament and applicable as of 25 May 2018. A repository of all the legal provisions and related texts is appended to the disclaimers of the website of new.be.
About us Our mission
NEW asbl has the status of a non-profit organisation whose purpose, as an independent ancillary body of the City of Namur, is to devise a territorial and institutional marketing policy.
Our mission is to promote Namur as a creative, collaborative, innovative and sustainable Regional Capital and, in this context, to establish relationships with appropriate international networks. Our actions focus on 3 key areas: we are a contact and networking platform, a territorial marketing agent and we are responsible for a range of delegated tasks. NEW asbl acts as the International Relations Directorate and Secretariat of the Committee of the City of Namur, through the intermediary of its Executive Management.
Namur Europe Wallonie asbl
Place d’Armes 1
Data Protection Officer (DPO)
Note on our content
The non-profit organisation, NEW asbl, is not directly attached to the City of Namur. Under no circumstances may the City of Namur be held responsible or liable for the content of our websites, our actions or the use of any information submitted to this site or the absence of particular information.
Anyone who thinks that a link from the City of Namur website to an external site or an event organised by a third party is not consistent with the values of the service expected of a municipal non-profit organisation is urged to report the relevant link to us, as well as the page of our website on which this link/information is referenced, and/or the event announced, by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org
Embedded content from other sites
The articles of this site may include embedded content (for instance, videos, images, articles, etc.). If users access any embedded content from another site, they are deemed to be visiting the other site in question.
The use, copy, translation, adaptation, modification and distribution of all or part of the site in any form whatsoever is prohibited unless previous authorisation has been granted.
What do we do with your personal data?
When you access this website, we collect general information, in particular for functionality, system security and statistical purposes. This includes the type of browser used, the operating system used, the connection data of the computer used, the average geographical area, the URL, if any, of the website from which you came, the pages you visit on our website and the date and duration of the visit. We are not able to determine specifically your identity from this data as it is anonymous. Such data is stored on our servers (hosted by OVHcloud in Europa) and is not used outside NEW asbl.
If you have an account and you log into this site, a temporary cookie will be created to establish whether cookies are accepted by your sever. It does not contain any personal data and will be automatically deleted when you close your server.
When you connect in future, we will use certain cookies to register your login information and your screen preferences. The life span of a login cookie is two days while the life span of a screen preference cookie is one year.
By modifying or publishing an article, an additional cookie will be stored in your browser. This cookie does not include any personal data. It simply indicates the ID of the article that you have recently modified. It expires after one day.