If you are nominated by your place of education (Copenhagen, Aarhus or Aalborg University) or the Danish Refugee Council for the Erik Hoffmeyer Travel Grant, the data about you included in the nomination, typically your name, address, email address, CV and possibly your CPR number will be processed. If you are chosen to receive the grant, we will also process your account number and CPR number.
The purpose is to select recipients of the grant, disburse the grant and report to SKAT.
Recording of this information is based on the balancing of interest rule (legitimate interest) (Article 6(1)(f) of the GDPR) and on the statutory obligation imposed on us in relation to reporting to SKAT (Article 6(1)(c) of the GDPR). The legitimate interests justifying processing are to meet the objectives of the foundation and to disburse grants.
If you are chosen to receive a grant, your application and disbursement vouchers will be stored in accordance with the requirements of the Bookkeeping Act (five years from the end of the financial year). If you do not receive a grant, your personal data will be deleted once the distribution of the grant sum has been decided upon.
The Erik Hoffmeyer Travel Grant uses KMD A/S as processor.