Privacy Policy

Data controller

In accordance with its statutory provisions, KIKK asbl (Rue de l'eveché, 10 5000 Namur), devoid of any spirit of profit, aims to organize cultural events such as, among others, festivals, concerts, exhibitions, screenings, organization of debates, symposiums and conferences as well as the ongoing education of its members and the public by encouraging the discovery and practice of all means of expression of the cultural and creative industries. As part of its missions and activities, the KIKK non-profit organization may process your personal data.

In accordance with the European Regulation of April 27, 2016 on Data Protection (“GDPR”), KIKK asbl has appointed Gilles Bazelaire as Data Protection Officer. He can be reached by e-mail at the following address:, or by addressed mail (Rue de l'eveché, 10 5000 Namur).

Why are your data processed?

The information collected by KIKK asbl helps us better understand how to support our members and allows us to make continuous improvements to our website. We also use this information for marketing purposes, for example to send you a newsletter or inform you about our actions or competitions.

What data is processed?

For the reasons indicated above, KIKK asbl may process the following data:

Identification data: surname, first names, place and date of birth, sex, nationality, main residence, marital status, household composition, legal cohabitation, type of registration register

Who is your data processed by?

All this data is processed by authorized personnel and contractually subject to an obligation of professional secrecy. IT security measures are also put in place to guarantee the confidentiality, integrity and availability of your data.

Who can your data be communicated to?

Except under legal constraints, your data is not transmitted to third parties without your consent. However, it is possible that we transmit personal data to our subcontractors (IT, legal advisors, for the execution of mailings, etc.)

Is your data transferred to countries outside the EEA?

KIKK asbl does not transmit data initiatives outside the EEA unless it is:

  • necessary to safeguard your vital interests
  • necessary for the conclusion or performance of a contract concluded or to be concluded with a third party, in your interest
  • if you have undoubtedly consented to it.

How long is your data kept? What are your rights ?

In accordance with the legislation, you have the right to obtain confirmation that your data is processed by KIKK asbl and the right to access it. To do this, you can send a written, dated and signed request to our Data Protection Officer Gilles Bazelaire or via the following postal address: Rue de l'évêché 10 5000 (Namur) by attaching a copy of both sides of your card. identity.

Provided that your rights do not conflict with the legal obligations to which KIKK asbl is subject, you also have the right, for data which concerns you:

  • to request the rectification of any inaccurate or incomplete data
  • to request the deletion of all data
  • to object to the processing of data
  • to digital oblivion (right of erasure)
  • limitation of processing of your data
  • not to be subject to an automated decision, including profiling (see below)

Cookie policy

The KIKK asbl website requires the use of cookies in order to provide a better service to the user. A cookie is a piece of information stored by a website within the user's computer browser. This cookie can be retrieved during a subsequent visit to this same site.

The cookie cannot be read by any website other than the one that created it. The KIKK asbl website uses cookies for authentication and administrative purposes to, for example, save user preferences for certain types of information. Most cookies only work for a single session or visit.

The user may be asked, during each connection, to accept the use of cookies to optimize their surfing experience.

If the user refuses, the KIKK asbl website may not function correctly.

The KIKK asbl website uses technical cookies, tracking cookies and marketing cookies. In some cases, cookies may be cookies from partner sites.

Technical cookies are useful in that they allow the user to be recognized when they visit a website. They allow you to avoid re-entering the password and username each time you use it (for example). They can also be used to note the pages visited as well as the preferences chosen during the visit.

Technical cookies can prevent the user from having to systematically make certain choices (particularly language) each time he visits the site. They can also memorize the information that the user communicates when filling out an online form in order to receive the requested service: during a simulation for example, the different steps are memorized in order to calculate the result.

“Tracking cookies” make it possible to analyze the use of a site and produce statistics. For this, KIKK asbl. uses software cookies with which KIKK asbl calculates, for example, statistics relating to traffic on its site in order to measure the effectiveness of its marketing actions.

Analytical cookies are used to compile anonymous statistics on browsing habits and collect information about online activity on websites. In this case, the user will not be personally identified and any information collected will only be used in aggregate form to develop reports.

“Marketing cookies” make it possible to improve and personalize the content and operation of the website; to avoid systematically presenting the same advertising to the user; to monitor and optimize KIKK asbl banners on other sites. Third-party cookies are those that are set by a domain different from the one the user is visiting. The KIKK asbl website uses carefully selected third parties to provide certain services and to improve the service offered. Some of these third parties use cookies. KIKK asbl also provides links to external third-party websites and partner pages on social networks and the user can choose to click on these sites. If the user does so, these third party sites may send cookies to the user's browser. KIKK asbl declines all responsibility in relation to these cookies. The user can consult the cookie policies on the respective websites of these third parties.

Google Analytics

The KIKK asbl website also uses Google Analytics.

Google Analytics is a website audience analysis service provided by a third party company (Google). Google Analytics installs cookies to analyze site usage. Google Analytics uses cookies to define user sessions as well as to provide a number of key characteristics in its reports. Google Analytics creates or updates cookies only to collect data needed for reporting. Google Analytics also only uses original cookies. This means that all cookies created by Google Analytics for the domain send data only to that domain's servers. These Google Analytics cookies therefore become the personal property of the KIKK asbl website domain; the data cannot be modified or retrieved by any service on another domain.

The information generated by these cookies regarding the use of the KIKK asbl website as well as the current IP address will be transmitted by the internet browser to Google, which will store it on servers in the United States and other countries. Google will use this information on behalf of KIKK vzw to evaluate the use of this website, to compile reports on website activity and to provide other services relating to website activity and Internet. The IP address collected via Google Analytics will not be associated with any other data stored by Google. The user can decide to deactivate or block Google cookies by selecting the appropriate settings in their browser. In this case, the user may no longer be able to use all the functions of the KIKK asbl site. The user can download and install the Google Analytics opt-out browser add-on available on the Google website. The site uses Google Analytics with the anonymizeIp function. The user's IP address is also truncated to the last byte before storage in order to avoid any identification.