This webinar will cover GDPR in the non-profit sector with particular regard to the introduction of the GDPR last year. The profile of GDPR has been raised in recent months, with the supervisory authority (the Information Commissioner’s Office – ICO) flexing its muscles with sanctions for the mishandling of personal data.

Working towards GDPR compliance is an ongoing process and organisations need to be aware of their responsibilities. In this webinar we’ll explore what GDPR is about and what obligations organisations have in relation to personal data processing. 

The webinar will cover:

  • How to tell if your Privacy Policy is compliant;
  • How to manage compliant fundraising;
  • How to identify the correct legal condition on which you can rely for processing;
  • Adhering to the Principles;
  • The engagement with third party Data Processors;

…and much more

This webinar will provide a useful guide to GDPR compliance and hopefully prompt all attendee organisations to look at the way personal data is processed by them.Speaker details

Speaker details

Peter has many years of experience working with various organisations on a number of different Privacy and Data Protection matters.

Peter monitors organisations’ data protection policies, procedures and overall compliance with appropriate data protection legislation, including the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), the Data Protection Act 2018 and the Privacy & Electronic Communications Regulations (PECR).

Peter acts as a Data Protection Officer (DPO) for a number of different organisations in the third sector, working with a diverse group of organisations with a number of departments, each of which need their own policies and procedures regarding personal data processing.

This includes monitoring the assignment of responsibilities, the carrying out of audits and DPIAs, regularly liaising with the supervisory authority, carrying out awareness training, the handling of data breaches and subject access requests among other facets of data protection legislation.


  • Peter Vine

    Data Protection Officer at ClearComm