The present Policy of Privacy regulates the processing of personal data that the International Commission against the Death Penalty, hereinafter ICPD, performs in the development of its activity.

ICPD undertakes to adopt a Policy of Confidentiality and Protection of Personal Data in accordance with the provisions of the Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 April 2016 on the protection of natural persons with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data (GDPR).

By providing your personal data, you expressly agree and acknowledge that we can use it as established in this privacy policy. Allowing all the processing will enable us to offer a service adapted, as much as possible, to your needs. Nevertheless, we inform you that you can choose to limit the processing of its election, as long as they are not necessary for the execution of the contract, prevails a legitimate interest of the person in charge or responds to a legal duty.
If you provide any personal information of other persons for any of our services or if it’s a contact person of a Company, and you are providing personal information about employees, and alternative contacts, you must ensure that you have informed them about this Privacy Policy, and that you have their prior consent to share its information with us.
Occasionally, we may be obliged to make some changes in our Privacy Policy in order to adapt it to the legal regulation, the latest jurisprudence, the integration of a new technology or some extensions of the rules on personal data protection or the privacy in general. Please consult regularly our website to review the most up-to-date Privacy Policy.

The entity responsible for the processing of your personal data is:

International Commission against the Death Penalty
NIF G-87582888
Plaza del Marqués de Salamanca, 8
28006 Madrid, Spain
Contact e-mail address with regard to personal data:

We may collect your personal information through:
our website (including through the use of cookies)
We only request the essential information to comply with our foundational purposes and / or the provision of service that you request.

When we need to collect personal data by law or according to the terms of a contract, and you do not provide that information upon request, we may not be able to fulfill the signed contract or the contract that we are dealing with you. In this case, we may not be able to conclude the contract you desire to sign or we may have to cancel a service that you have contracted. Although, we will duly notify you.

For the purpose of technical security and system diagnosis, in an anonymised or pseudonymised way, ICPD may record the IP address (the identification number of Internet access of the device, that allows the devices, systems and servers to recognize themselves and to communicate with each other). Such information shall be used for analytical purposes of web performance.



Personal data provided on a voluntary basis, will be incorporated to the Records of the activities of processing owned by ICPD for the following purposes:


The processing and management of information request, and advice through this web, by phone or by e-mail address.

Provide the services included in the Web Site, and supply the information requested, either by e-mail or phone.

Undertake evaluation of analysis of the website for statistical purposes, in order to improve the information offered.

Offer you a more personalized navigation and a better experience as a user of our website.

Prepare statistics on the countries and servers that visit the web more often.

Know the busiest hours of visits on the web as well as make precise adjustments to avoid access problems.


Undertake, support and encourage initiatives that lead to the abolition of the death penalty internationally.
Enact appeals and statements, particularly when people are at imminent risk of execution.
Organize public events including panel discussions, conferences, parallel events, in international forums on various aspects of the abolition of the death penalty.
Participate in conferences, seminars and campaigns to mobilize public opinion for the abolition of the death penalty.
Disseminate information by publishing reports and submitting documents in international forums.
Promote intellectual and artistic works that support the abolition of the death penalty.

Finally, we can process your data to:

Manage donations made and their tax treatment.
Manage compliance with the contractual or extra-contractual obligations assumed by ICPD.
Sending news related to our social activities.

We will only use your personal data for the purpose for which they were collected, unless is used, when reasonably necessary, for another reason, which must be consistent with the original purpose.
In case of we would need to use your information for aims non-related with the original purpose, we will notify you sufficiently in advance, and we will let you know the legal basis that allow us to do so.

Before the transmission of the personal data through any form of the website, you must expressly accept the processing of your personal data in accordance with this Privacy Policy. Which means, in legal sense, that you have given your unambiguous, free, specific and informed consent to process your personal data with the purposes indicated above.



Each purpose for which we treat your personal data has a legal basis which justify why we are using your personal data. These legal bases are listed below:

The User has given its consent to request information through the media of the entity. You are free to withdraw your consent by contacting us. However, the withdrawal of this consent may affect our ability to fulfill the provision of the service requested.

The User has given his consent to make a donation. You are free to withdraw your consent by contacting us. Withdrawal of your consent has no retroactive effect.

Your personal data has been provided within the framework of a contractual or pre-contractual relationship. The processing is necessary for the conclusion and / or execution of a contract.

The sending of information on the activities of the CIPM is based on the consent that, where appropriate, has been granted. You can withdraw consent to receive communications at any time by contacting the address

The User has given his informed consent for the installation of tracking systems that inform about browsing habits according to the Cookies Policy.

As well, there may be cases in which the processing is necessary for compliance with a legal obligation that we are subject to or where necessary for the performance of a task carried out in the public interest.



ICPD does not disclose your personal information to third parties, except to:

System administration and IT service providers.
Professional advisors.
These third parties are subject to contractual and legal obligations necessary to preserve the confidentiality of data and protect the privacy, they act under our strict instructions and only have access to the necessary data for the performance of their functions.

Tax Administration and other Administration Bodies with competence in the matter
When a disclosure is required by law or by a Government Agency in authority above us or you, like when there is court order, legal requirement, etc.
When we believe that this disclosure is necessary in order to aid in the prevention or detection of any felony (including fraud) or in the public interest.


  1. – COOKIES

A cookie is a small piece of information sent by a website and stored in the user’s browser so that the website can consult the previous user’s activity.

Cookies can be erased, accepted or blocked as desired. This only can be configured in the web browser.

ICPD uses its own Cookies, but also third-party Cookies. You can find more information consulting our Cookies Policy.


We will store your personal data only for as long as necessary and for the purpose for which it was originally collected. In particular, as long as there is any possibility that you or we wish to file a legal claim under the requested service, or when we are required to keep your personal data due to legal or regulatory reasons.

However, the data will remain in a blocked status during the periods established in the regulations specified above, in order to attend the duties that could be generated. After the deadlines fixed, such data will be deleted, unless the person concerned has authorized its processing for specific purposes for a longer period.

Finally, in some circumstances we can anonymize your personal data for statistical purposes (so they cannot longer be associate with you), in which case we may use this information indefinitely without prior notice.



In the present time, ICPD makes no international transfers of personal data outside the European Union.



We have implemented the appropriate technical and organizational security measures to avoid personal data being lost, misused, modified or disclosed, or to prevent accidental access in an unauthorized manner, in accordance with the Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and the Council of 27 April, 2016, on protection of individuals with regard to the processing of personal data, and as provided for by the national legislation.

In order to protect the personal data, ICPD applies the technical and organizational measures adapted to the current state of the technique considering the scope, the context and the purposes of the processing, as well as the risks of the rights and freedoms of data subjects, ensuring the confidentiality, integrity and availability of the information.

Furthermore, we have implemented procedures to deal with any suspected breach of the personal data security. In the event of a security breach, we will notify you and any pertinent regulatory authority (Spanish Data Protection Agency).

Our Policies and Information Security Procedures are regularly reviewed and updated in order to satisfy our operating needs, technological changes and regulatory requirements.

However, although we make an effort to protect your personal information, the nature of the Internet never guarantees the safety to one hundred percent. With this in mind, any data transmission made through the Internet will be at your own risk, reason why we urge you to take all feasible precautions to protect your personal information while online.



You may freely exercise your rights of Access, Rectification, Deletion, Objection and Limitation to your data processing, as well as to the portability of the data and to be free from a decision based solely on the automated processing, including the profiling.

In particular, you have the right to:

receive more details on how we use your personal data;

to get access to your personal data, obtaining even a copy of the personal information you have provided us with;

to have your personal data always updated;

to request the deletion of any personal data category that has no longer a legal basis for the use;

when the processing is based on the consent, to retire the given consent (without retroactive effects) in order to cease the processing based in such consent;

to be against any data processing based on the legitimate interest, unless our reasons to carry out such processing surpass any prejudice to your rights of data protection;

to restrict the way in which we use your personal data while a complaint is being investigated.

In certain circumstances, we will be forced to restrict the previous rights to safeguard the public interest (for example, the prevention or detection of crimes) and our interests (for example, the preservation of legal privilege).

The exercise of the Rights is free of charge. Nevertheless, we shall charge a reasonable fee if your request is clearly unfounded, repetitive or excessive.

The exercise of the Rights is very personal, reason why you must certify your identity or the identity of your legal representative for such exercise.

In case you do not certify your identity or if there are doubts about the exercise of this Right, we will contact you to clarify these issues.

We will endeavor to respond to all the legitimate requests within one month. Occasionally, it may take us over a month if your request is particularly complex or if you have made multiple requests. In this case, it will be duly notified.

If you wish to exercise any of the above rights, please contact us via:
Email addressed to
Written communication addressed to:
International Commission against the Death Penalty
Plaza del Marqués de Salamanca, 8
28006 Madrid, Spain

In such communication, you will have to indicate “Protección de datos Personales” as the subject, include your full name, enclose a photocopy of your ID card or supporting document, and determine an address for notification purposes and the reasoned request specifying the petition, date and sign.

If at the end you are not satisfied with how we use your personal data or with our response to any request of Rights, you can make the opportune complaint to the SPANISH DATA PROTECTION AGENCY.


This website may contain links to third party websites. If you follow a link to any of these websites, keep in mind that they have their own Privacy Policies and that we accept no responsibility for such policies or the processing of your personal information. Check these policies before sending personal information to such third-party websites.