Bratislava Policy Institute Policies

At Bratislava Policy Institute, we have implemented a comprehensive set of guidelines, procedures, and policies that govern the management of our members, employees, and volunteers, as well as their educational, research, and non-profit activities. These internal policies serve as a framework to guide our staff and board in taking appropriate actions, making ethical decisions, resolving conflicts, and ensuring compliance with legal requirements.

By adhering to these policies and procedures, we aim to mitigate liability, prevent improper behavior, mitigate potentially harmful situations, and enhance the effectiveness of our decision-making processes. At BPI, we prioritize a culture of accountability, professionalism, and ethical conduct to create a safe and productive environment for all those involved in our organization.

Equality and Diversity Policy

At Bratislava Policy Institute, fostering a supportive and inclusive culture across our entire workplace is a core commitment. We are dedicated to promoting diversity and eliminating discrimination in all aspects of our organization. Our goal is to provide equal opportunities to all employees and job applicants, ensuring that our workforce is representative of the diverse sections of society.

We deeply value and respect each employee and member, recognizing their unique contributions and creating an environment where everyone can thrive. By upholding these principles, we believe that each individual is empowered to give their best and contribute to our collective success.

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Safeguarding Policy

The primary objective of the Safeguarding Policy at Bratislava Policy Institute is to ensure the protection of individuals, particularly children, vulnerable adults, marginalized groups, and beneficiaries of assistance, from any potential harm or discrimination resulting from their interaction with our organization.

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BPI and General Data Protection Regulation

Bratislava Policy Institute (BPI), located at Klariska 14, 81103 Bratislava, Slovak Republic, is the designated data administrator (ICO: 51000407). The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is a new EU legislation that significantly enhances the protection of personal data belonging to EU citizens. These changes aim to safeguard the rights of individuals by preventing the unauthorized use of their personal information.

The Office for Personal Data Protection continues to operate in this field, but it now operates under the oversight of the European Data Protection Board (EDPB). Should the Slovak authorities fail to comply with the aforementioned legislation, individuals have the option to seek recourse with the EDPB.

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Conflict of Interest Policy for the Bratislava Policy Institute

The Bratislava Policy Institute is committed to integrity and ethical conduct. We have implemented a comprehensive conflict of interest policy to protect our decision-making process. All employees, volunteers, board members and partners are required to declare any conflicts of interest. By managing conflicts of interest, we can preserve our independence and maintain the trust of the public and our stakeholders.

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