Our Open Information Policy.

Why do we need an open information policy?

ADD International is committed to the principle of transparency in our operations.

This policy has a double purpose:

This policy describes how and what minimum information ADD International will share proactively with the general public, following the principles of availability, integrity and confidentiality (in priority order).

These are our commitments:

Information to be shared freely and openly.

Exclusions Policy

There will be certain circumstances in which the level of detail will be restricted.  These will be judged on a case by case basis when one or more of the following circumstances apply:

How to make a request of information.

Requests for information can be made in writing to:

ADD International, Supporter Care
The Foundry
17 Oval Way
SE11 5RR

or get in touch via e-mail (add@add.org.uk)

We endeavour to respond promptly and without delay. All requests should be responded to within 30 days, unless there is a compelling reason why this is not practical.

Freedom of information and privacy policy.

ADD International is registered as a charity and a company limited by guarantee in the United Kingdom (Action on Disability and Development). It is not a public body and so is not subject to the United Kingdom Freedom of Information Act 2000.

This policy is subject to United Kingdom and European Union data protection and privacy legislation. Accordingly we will not disclose data about living individuals where this is prohibited under applicable law. For more information, see our privacy policy at www.add.org.uk/privacy-policy

Copyright: How can you use the information disclosed by ADD International?

All materials provided as part of this policy, including all photos, are owned by Action on Disability and Development, and they can be printed and used for personal purposes only. You can copy or print extracts from this website for such purpose only and without alteration, addition or deletion.  Any other use requires the written permission of Action on Disability and Development.  All rights reserved.

Any request to reproduce copyrighted material should be referred to add@add.org.uk

Documents and information available on our website.