Action On World Health LLP:

Code on Data Protection:

Privacy Notice: 

You are deemed to have given Action On World Health your express and explicit consent to use your personal data as detailed below by subscribing, supporting or donating to us. You have clicked on the relevant confirmation box.


Action on World Health (AWH):

1. AWH is an international campaign group committed to reforming the World Health Organisation (WHO).

2. AWH is an organization that seeks to protect and promote the autonomous rights of individuals and nations in relation to health: and remains opposed to the introduction by the World Health Organisation (WHO) of a Convention, Agreement or other international instrument on Pandemic Prevention, Preparedness and Response.

3. Data Protection is governed by the United Kingdom Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and the Data Protection Act 2018. Action on World Health will be subject to any relevant national laws and regulations: and will comply with any legal requirements.

Contact Details:

4. Our contact details are:-

        a. Registered Address: 7 Bell Yard, London, England, WC2A 2JR

        b. Email:

5. Please contact our Data Protection Officer if you have any questions at:

The Objectives of the AWH:

6. AWH objective is to promote our aims, objectives, and values at every level of civil society, both nationally and internationally.  AWH will campaign on these issues both nationally and internationally.   AWH is an international campaign group committed to reforming the World Health Organisation (WHO).

7. The AWH is seeking your support, affiliation, and financial donations for these objectives.  

8. The AWH is deemed to have your explicit and express consent to process your data for our objectives.  If you sign up and join our campaign, or donate, you are deemed to have expressly consented for the processing of your data for our objectives and our legitimate interests.  You have clicked on the relevant button on so doing.

9. The AWH may need and retain your name, address, country of residence, phone number, email, payment information or other contact details or other information as required.

10. The AWH may remain in contact with you for the purposes of encouraging you to maintain support for these objectives.   The AWH may communicate with you in order to canvass your opinion on health policy matters, your contact details, for relevant marketing purposes, for capacity building and for your donations and gifts.  The AWH will retain information given by you.

11. The AWH may contact you, including, inter alia by the use of all electronic data, social media, and telecommunications (but not limited to these) for the purposes of our campaigning, informing you of our policies and campaigns, any events (in person or virtual), for fundraising, for petitions, to contact your elected representative, for your use of social media to communicate with others, to complete surveys or other matters.  

12. The AWH is a not a political party, but a campaigning body that seeks to recruit supporters, donors, and volunteers.  It is not a membership organisation but reserves the right to remove any individual from our supporter lists.

Lawful bases:

13. Our lawful bases for collecting or using personal information for campaigning are:

        • Your Consent

        • Our Legitimate interest

                o For the purposes of, inter alia, campaigning, influencing politicians, attending events and seeking donations.

14. The AWH processes data with the intention of using it for the broad purpose of our campaigning, and fundraising activities.

Where we get personal information from:

• People directly (such as individuals contacting the AWH or by attending an event).

• Publicly available sources

15. The AWH may use the data provided expressly and explicitly to us: together with other outside sources (Facebook, Data brokers) to profile you for the purposes of, inter alia, identifying your specific interests, or skill set, interests, campaign interests, for the targeting of issues and for appeals for financial support,  so that we can work together to achieve our objectives.

16. The AWH does not believe that such profiling, and any decisions that are based on any profiling will have any relevant legal or other significant effects for you.  

17. The AWH will seek further supporters - as we are stronger - the larger we become.

How long we keep information:

18. This information will be retained for the purpose of campaigning in relation to the reform of the WHO.

19. We review our Data Retention policy annually, and whether we still need your information.

20. We may need to retain data for financial and tax purposes, for the purpose for which the data was collected, our business requirements, any legal or regulatory obligations to be balanced with your data protection rights.

Who we share information with:

21. It is sometimes necessary for us to share your information with our data controllers, data processors and those who manage our data and IT systems, our professional and legal advisors, relevant regulatory authorities, and organisations we’re legally obliged to share personal information with.

22. We may need to share information with subcontractors and suppliers such as an Email Marketing Platform or Cloud Storage Provider, or an organisation who provide services for events, or with other political entities or with elected representatives or other social media technology providers.

Sharing information outside the UK:

23. Where necessary, we may transfer personal information outside of the UK. When doing so, we will use our best endeavours to comply with the UK GDPR, making sure appropriate safeguards are in place.

24. The AWH is an international campaign organisation and needs to operate internationally.  As such, you are deemed to have given your explicit consent to any proposed transfer outside of the United Kingdom with any associated risks of inappropriate safeguards in accordance with the provisions of Article 49 GDPR.

Your Right to control your own Data:

25. You may contact us any time, that you object to any use by us of your data, to which you have given us explicit consent to use and the AWH will remove you from our lists and cease to process your data. We will maintain a record of your withdrawal of consent.

26. Under data protection law in the United Kingdom, you have rights including:

a. Your right of access - You have the right to ask us for copies of your personal data.

b. Your right to rectification - You have the right to ask us to rectify personal data you think is inaccurate. You also have the right to ask us to complete information you think is incomplete.

c. Your right to erasure - You have the right to ask us to erase your personal data in certain circumstances.

d. Your right to restriction of processing - You have the right to ask us to restrict the processing of your personal data in certain circumstances.

e. Your right to object to processing - You have the right to object to the processing of your personal data in certain circumstances.

f. Your right to data portability - You have the right to ask that we transfer the personal data you gave us to another organisation, or to you, in certain circumstances.

g. Your right to withdraw consent – When we use consent as our lawful basis you have the right to withdraw your consent.

h. You don’t usually need to pay a fee to exercise your rights. If you make a request, we have one calendar month to respond to you.

i. To make a data protection rights request, please contact us using the contact details at the top of this privacy notice.

How to complain:

27. If you have any concerns about our use of your personal data, you can make a complaint to us using the contact details at the top of this privacy notice.

28. If you remain unhappy with how we’ve used your data after raising a complaint with us, you can also complain to the ICO.  The ICO’s address:          

Information Commissioner’s Office
Wycliffe House
Water Lane

Helpline number: 0303 123 1113



29. The AWH looks forward to working in partnership with you to achieve our objectives to preserve individual and national freedoms and autonomy.

This Policy is dated May 2024 and will be reviewed within 12 months.