Privacy Policy

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Consent to personal data processing

In compliance with the Russian Federal Law on Personal Data No. 152-FZ of July 27, 2006, acting by your own will and in your own interests when using the website (hereinafter the 'Website') you provide the Scholae Mundi Charity Foundation (hereinafter the 'Foundation', under the registration number 222.160.872300, with the address: 2/2, Melik-Adamyan Str, Yerevan, RA) with your consent to automated processing of your personal data.
For the purposes of this agreement, the personal data means:

  • the source of the visit to the website and the search or advertising request data;
  • the user's device information (such as the screen resolution, the Web browser version and other attributes that characterise the user's device);
  • the user's clicks, hits on elements of the Web pages, page views, filling-out of fields, data on banner and video views;
  • data characterising audience segments;
  • session parameters;
  • data on the time and duration of the visit;
  • user identifiers stored in 'cookie' files.

For the purpose of this agreement, personal data processing means that the data will be collected, recorded, systemised, aggregated, revised (updated, altered), used, depersonalised, blocked and deleted.
Personal data processing is carried out in order to determine the preferences of visitors to the Website, personalise and improve the usability of the Website.
Personal data processing is performed using specialised web applications 'Google Analytics' and 'Yandex.Metrica' in accordance with the rules the links to which are noted below. You hereby express your consent to the transfer of the foregoing personal data to Google LLC (7 Balchug Street, Moscow, Russia, 115035) and Yandex LLC (16 Lva Tolstogo Street, Moscow, Russia, 119034).

Google Analytics privacy policy
Yandex.Metrica privacy policy

This agreement takes effect the moment you enter the Website and remains in operation until its withdrawal. This agreement can be rescinded by sending a request, in writing, to the Foundation's address, demanding that the personal data processing be terminated.

Privacy policy in relation to the Client and the Child

The present Confidentiality Policy defines the position of the Program Organizer in terms of personal data processing and protection.

The Policy applies to all personal data about the Client and the Child collected or received by us.

1. Main definitions

“ Program Organizer” – “Scholae Mundi Armenia” Charity Foundation , a legal entity incorporated pursuant to the legislation of the Republic of Armenia, under the registration number 222.160.872300, with the address: 2/2, Melik-Adamyan Str, Yerevan, RA;

“Program” – “JUST DILIJAN IT!” summer education and entertainment program; 

“ Client” – a person who has completed the application form on the Website and/or a person who has concluded the Program participation agreement;

“ Child” – a child or a teenager with regard to whom the application form on the Website has been completed and/or with regard to whom the Program participation agreement has been concluded;

For the purposes of the present Policy, the Client and/or the Child can also be referred to as “Data Subjects”;

“ Website” – website, as well as pages of JUST DILIJAN IT! Programme on social media;

“ PD” – any information related to the Child and/or the Client as to the data subjects, including: surname, first name, patronymic, citizenship, gender, date of birth, place of birth, photo, place of training, information on the place of registration, place of residence, passport data, contact information (phone number, e-mail, postal address), biographical data, school reports, information on marital status, place of employment, health condition, as well as other information that allows direct or indirect identification of the Client and/or the Child;

2. PD Processing

2.1 How do we use PD?

We can use PD for the following purposes:

  • to fulfill the terms of the agreement and our obligations under the agreement;

  • to provide quality services throughout the Child's participation in the Programme;

  • to ensure most effective protection of the legitimate rights and interests of the Child;

  • to ensure the possibility of immediate communication with the Client;

  • to develop and enhance the content the Program, taking into account the interests of the Child and the preferences of the Client;

  • for the purposes of analyzing and managing our activities, market research, audit, developing new products, improving our services, determining the efficiency of our promotion actions.

2.2 Transfer of PD

For the purposes of providing services, the Program Organizer can transfer (including trans-border transfer) the PD to third parties.

The trans-border transfer of PD is carried out in the following cases:

upon your written consent to carrying out trans-border data transfer.

The trans-border PD transfer shall be carried out in accordance with applicable legislation, and we shall take all necessary measures to ensure that the involved third parties provide sufficient level of PD protection.

3. Security

During the PD processing, we take the necessary legal, organizational and technical measures to protect the PD from unauthorized or accidental access, as well as from other unlawful acts.

If you consider that the security of your PD has been violated, please inform us about the problem for immediate action.

4. Rights and Obligations of Data Subjects, as well as PD Processor

4.1. Data Subject or his/her representative are entitled to obtain from the Programme Organizer:

  • information about the PD, processing of the PD, legal grounds and purposes for the PD processing, the PD processor, the location of the PD processor and the persons that the PD may be transferred to;

  • confirmation of the fact of PD processing, as well as information about the purposes of PD processing;

  • the ways of PD processing;

  • the subjects that the PD was transferred or can be transferred to;

  • list of PD and the acquisition sources;

  • the time limits of PD processing;

  • legal effects arising for the Data Subject due to the PD processing.

4.2. The Data Subject or his/her representative are entitled to demand from the Programme Organizer:

  • rectification, blocking or erasure of their PD if it is incomplete, outdated, inaccurate, illegally obtained or is not necessary for the stated purpose of processing;

  • withdraw their consent to the PD processing;

  • appeal against the actions or inaction of the Program Organizer, where the Data Subject considers that the processing of his or her PD is carried out in violation of the requirements of law or otherwise violates his or her rights and freedoms;

  • compensation of damage as prescribed by law.

5. Hyperlinks

In the present Policy, we take no responsibility for the information provided and maintenance of or privacy compliance by any linked website administered by third parties. Any hyperlink on our Website to another website does not imply our endorsement of that website.

We also take no responsibility for the collection, use and disclosure of policies and practices (including privacy policy) of other organizations, such as Facebook, Apple, Google, Microsoft, RIM and any other application developer, application provider, social media platform provider, operating system provider, wireless network provider or device manufacturer, including PD disclosed by you to other organizations via or with the use of applications or our pages on social media.

6. The retention period for PD

We shall retain your PD within the time limits necessary for the achievement of purposes of PD processing.

7. Additions to the present Policy

Any amendments to the present Policy shall enter into force from the moment of publication of the present Policy on the Website.

8. Contacts and Rights of the Data subject

Data subjects are entitled to obtain information on the processing of their PD by sending a written request at .

If you have any questions, comments or concerns regarding the present Policy, please contact us at .