The Icelandic Confederation of Labour (ASÍ) considers the sanctity of private life and personal privacy as important fundamental rights and supports the strengthening of the rights of individuals, which was enacted by the law no. 90/2018 on the protection of personal data and the processing of personal information, following the adoption of the so-called GDPR regulation of the European Union.
The Icelandic Confederation of Labour (ASÍ) is a federation of trade unions, and its role is defined in Article 3 of the Confederation's bylaws, as follows:
- To lead labour’s class struggle, represent associated members in joint matters against employers and government, both domestically and internationally. Develop and coordinate a comprehensive policy on employment, education, the environment, and on wages and employment terms.
- To coordinate and ensure the execution of services provided by member unions to their members.
- To make collective agreements on common issues as they are entrusted to it by the associated members, cf. Art 9.
- The member unions themselves, or their associations on behalf of the Confederation, along with the annual congress and the central committee of the Icelandic Confederation of Labour, carry out these tasks.
Information (name, email address, home address, and phone number) is collected about the elected leaders of member unions, and ASÍ maintains various steering and issue committees that are either composed of elected leaders from member unions and/or directly elected by the ASÍ congress.
ASÍ uses Google Analytics to measure website traffic on its website, but the information generated there is not personally identifiable.
Any inquiries or messages regarding the processing of personal information by ASÍ should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.