The 2030 Accord campaign and supporter database is managed by Hepatitis Australia.
Hepatitis Australia is committed to handling all personal information in accordance with applicable privacy laws, including the Australian Privacy Principles (“APPs”) set out in the Australian Privacy Act 1988 (Cth).
What types of personal information do we collect and why?
We collect personal information reasonably necessary for one or more of our functions or activities as a health promotion organisation. Some of these functions and activities include development and advocacy of national hepatitis-related policy, community information and education, raising awareness in the general community, and support for community sector services that respond to the needs of those affected by viral hepatitis. Information collected by Hepatitis Australia is used to improve our services and identify areas for policy development and advocacy.
The types of personal information we generally collect may include your name and contact details such as your telephone numbers and email address and in some circumstances your professional qualifications and experience.
At times we may collect sensitive information from individuals who complete our online forms. We will only collect sensitive information with the relevant individual’s consent, noting that individuals have the option to participate anonymously. Individuals who choose to identify themselves may be offered opportunities to participate in other activities Hepatitis Australia may undertake. The type of sensitive information we may collect includes your health and/or medical information.