This Ipsos MORI Survey and your personal data
- University of Manchester Evidence on Equality National Survey: Documenting lives of religious and ethnic minorities in a time of crisis (20-089809-01).
- This Privacy Notice explains who we are, the personal data we collect, how we use it, who we share it with, and what your legal rights are. It covers both the short recruitment survey and the longer main survey.
About Ipsos MORI
- Market & Opinion Research International Limited is a specialist research agency based in the UK, commonly known as “Ipsos MORI”. Ipsos MORI is part of the Ipsos worldwide group of companies, and a member of the Market Research Society. As such we abide by the Market Research Society Code of Conduct and associated regulations and guidelines.
About the University of Manchester
- The University of Manchester was established in 1824 and is Britain’s largest single-site university. As well as offering a wide choice of degree programmes and options, the University provides undertakes numerous programmes of research of national and international standing to inform public policy.
What is Ipsos MORI’s & the University of Manchester’s legal basis for processing your personal data?
- Ipsos MORI & the University of Manchester (“client”) require a legal basis to process your personal data.
- Ipsos MORI’s legal basis for processing is your consent to take part in this research survey and your consent to pass your personal data to the client. If you wish to withdraw your consent at any time, please see the section below covering ‘Your Rights’.
- The University of Manchester’s legal basis for processing your data is public interest (Article 6 of GDPR). This means that the results will be used by researchers to produce evidence to help make changes in society for the better.
How will Ipsos MORI use any personal data including survey responses you provide?
Firstly, Ipsos MORI will keep your personal data and responses in strict confidence in accordance with this Privacy Notice and you will only be identifiable to the University of Manchester if you consent (you will be asked if you are happy to do this at the end of the main survey). The only exception to this is if you reveal information during a telephone interview or through sending an email to our mailbox that you intend to harm yourself or others; this will be discussed with you and further action - contacting the police, ambulance or social services - may need to be taken.
Responding to both the recruitment survey and the main survey are entirely voluntary and any answers are given with your consent, and you have the right to withdraw your consent at any time.Recruitment survey:
At the beginning of the recruitment survey, you will be asked if you consent to provide the following personal data: age, gender, location, ethnicity and religion. This data will be used for research purposes only and will not be transferred to anyone outside Ipsos MORI and the University of Manchester.
If you are participating online and are eligible to continue onto the main survey, we will ask, with your permission/consent, for an email address to send you survey links. Your contact details provided at this question will only be used for this purpose and will not be shared with anyone outside of Ipsos MORI.
At the beginning of the main survey, you will be asked again for your consent to provide the following personal data: gender, age, ethnicity, religion, marital status, sexual orientation, country of birth and postal code. Towards the end of the main survey we will also ask, with your permission/consent, for contact details so that researchers at the University of Manchester can invite you to take part in future studies by email, post, or text message. Both your survey answers and contact details will be used for research purposes only and will not be transferred to anyone outside Ipsos MORI and the University of Manchester.
At the end of the survey, we will ask for contact details so that we can send you a gift voucher card as a thank you. Your contact details provided at this question will only be used for this purpose and will not be shared with anyone outside of Ipsos MORI.
If you did not participate in the recruitment survey, we may also ask for an email address to send you referral survey links for your friends and family. Your contact details provided at this question will only be used for this purpose and will not be shared with anyone outside of Ipsos MORI.
How will Ipsos MORI ensure my personal information is secure?
Ipsos MORI takes its information security responsibilities seriously and applies various precautions to ensure your information is protected from loss, theft or misuse. Security precautions include appropriate physical security of offices and controlled and limited access to computer systems.
Your contact details and individual answers will be stored separately using our secure encrypted data servers and only named researchers at Ipsos MORI have access to your data.
Ipsos MORI has regular internal and external audits of its information security controls and working practices and is accredited to the International Standard for Information Security, ISO 27001.
How long will Ipsos MORI retain my personal data and identifiable responses?
Ipsos MORI will only retain your personal data in a way that can identify you for as long as is necessary to support the research project and findings. For this project, this means:
Contact details collected for the purpose of sending survey links and gift vouchers will only be retained by Ipsos MORI up until 31 July 2021 and will not be transferred to anyone outside Ipsos MORI.
Contact details collected for the purpose of inviting you to take part in future research will only be retained by Ipsos MORI up until 31 July 2021 once the data has been transferred to the researchers at The University of Manchester.
You have the right to access your personal data within the limited period that Ipsos MORI holds it. You can object to the processing of the survey answers you provide at any time before the data is processed for delivery by Ipsos MORI to the University of Manchester on 17 May 2021.
If you want to contact the University of Manchester about data they hold about you, please see their contact details below.
Providing responses to this survey is entirely voluntary and is done with your consent. You have the right to withdraw your consent.
You also have the right to rectify any incorrect or out-of-date personal data about you which we may hold.
If you want to exercise your rights, please contact us at the below Ipsos MORI contact details.
You have the right to lodge a complaint with the UK’s Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) if you have concerns on how we have processed your personal data. You can find details about how to contact the Information Commissioner’s Office at https://ico.org.uk/global/contact-us/ or by sending an email to: email@example.com.
Where will my personal data be held & processed?
All of your personal data used and collected for this survey will be stored and processed in the United Kingdom and the European Union.
How can I contact Ipsos MORI & the University of Manchester about this survey and/or my personal data?
Contact Ipsos MORI:
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org with 20-089809-01 CoDE University of Manchester EVENS survey in the email subject line
20-089809-01 CoDE University of Manchester EVENS survey
Data Protection Officer
Market and Opinion Research International Limited
3 Thomas More Square
London E1W 1YW
Contact University of Manchester:
Evidence for Equality National Survey (EVENS)
Data Protection Officer
The Information Governance Office
The University of Manchester