AIJN Privacy Policy

Your privacy is very important to us. In this privacy notice you’ll learn more about the information we collect when you sign up for our newsletter or ask us to contact you. We’ll tell you who we are, why we collect and use your data and your rights as a data subject (that’s you). 

Who we are 

The AIJN Secretariat is located in the Rue de la Loi 221, box 5 in 1040 Brussels, Belgium. For any privacy questions or concerns, your best option is to send an email to or call us at +32 2 235 06 20. 

What data we collect 

When you are contacting us through the contact form, we ask for your first name, last name and email address. When you register for our quarterly newsletter on the main page we ask for your email address. For the payment area of the website we ask for your first name, last name, email address, VAT number and office address. 

Why we collect your data 

For the Newsletter, we will use the personal data you give us, based on your consent, to send you our newsletter, and to personalise it. You can withdraw your consent at any time – every newsletter sent will contain an unsubscribe link. For the contact form, Personal data collected through the contact form will be used to deliver the information requested. 

Where we keep your data 

Your information is stored in a secured database and will never be shared with any third parties (unless required by law), nor are we using your data to make automated decisions that might affect you. Your information is kept for as long as you continue to consent to receive our newsletter. 

Your rights 

As a reminder – you have the right to… 

  • know what data AIJN holds about you; 
  • ask us to rectify your data if it is inaccurate; 
  • ask for your personal data to be erased; 
  • ask for a copy of your data; 
  • ask AIJN to stop using your data; 

For the latter option, the fastest way to do so is to unsubscribe. 

Still have a complaint? 

Should you, despite our efforts, still have a complaint about AIJN’s use of your personal data, simply call or email us, or contact Belgium’s DPA directly: Commission for the protection of privacy Rue de la Presse 35 1000 Brussels +32 2 274 48 00