1. Information about the project
The BOND project aims to promote a healthier, more productive and harmonious farming sector in Europe. This will be achieved through (i) drawing up solutions from case studies and success stories and building trust among farmer and land manager groups; (ii) enabling different organisations to come closer together, to form larger networks; and (iii) developing ties with entities with different interests and powers, to reach a stronger position in decision-making. For further information about the project please see:
2. Why does BOND collect data?
Our project is building a repository of good practices and success stories to show how cooperation, associationism and networking can support the development of the European farming sector. Data that can be collected include: photos and videos, contact details (mail address, phone number, ecc.), your organization’s name. All the data are provided by the users, filling a form. The user can freely decide whether provide or not the data when filling the form.
Please note that your contact details (such as Email or phone number) will not be made available without your written permission.
3. Do I have to provide data to the BOND web portal?
No. Taking part is entirely voluntary.
4. What are the benefits of taking part?
You will make a vital contribution to BOND’S overall ambition which is to unleash, strengthen, and organise, the great potential for collective action and networking of individuals and groups of farmers and land managers, with a view to creating strong, dynamic and effective organisations that have a voice and a place in agricultural policy design.
5. Withdrawal options
You are entitled to withdraw your data at any point, without providing an explanation and with no adverse consequences. You can withdraw personal data unless the data is or becomes fully anonymised in which case it is not considered to be personal data.
6. Data protection and confidentiality
All data (text, audio and video) will be stored in the domain of https://www.bondproject.eu/ managed by Legacoop Agroalimentare Italiana and Coventry University staff with an exclusive username and password. Data will be stored for the duration of the BOND project (2017-2020) and up to five years afterwards. Data may be shared amongst the project partners, but this will be strictly for the purposes of project organisation and delivery. EU guidelines on data protection will be observed by all the project partners with responsibility for handling data. Following the end of the project the publicly available information such as case studies, multimedia resources and tools will remain online indefinitely.
7. What if things go wrong? Who to complain to
Please contact the BOND Ethics Board, chaired by Professor Moya Kneafsey, via Email: email@example.com
8. What will happen with the results of the project?
The results of this project will be used to inform agricultural and food stakeholders in the project countries and more specifically farmer organisations, networks and groups throughout Europe. The results will be disseminated using a range of channels including: a web portal, recorded material (reports, articles, brochures, videos, audio recordings, posters, maps, social media, practice abstracts etc.).
9. Who has reviewed this project?
This project has been approved by the Coventry University ethics review process.
Further information/Key contact details:
BOND Project Co-ordinator
Dr Angela Hilmi, Coventry University
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