Prof. Paul De Hert and Dr. Christopher Kuner. The work done by the BPH is also informed by input from its advisory board. The members of the advisory board are currently as follows:
Further individuals will be added to the advisory board in due course.
The Hub solicits financial support from foundations, corporations, private donors, international organizations, and government entities. These relationships are vital to the pursuit of our ambitious educational and public interest goals.
The Hub is committed to impartiality and independence in our research; intellectual riguour; and transparency. The following principles govern our association with funders, in order to preserve the Hub’s intellectual independence.
We do not accept grants that limit our ability to carry out research as we see fit, and do not undertake research or accept funds at the request of outside organizations unless it is consistent with our existing research agenda, mission, and overall philosophy. We are transparent about our funding sources, announcing the receipt of funds through our normal communication channels.
In cases where funding is offered for sponsored research or activities, its terms are set forth in agreements between the donor and the Hub, which include specific guarantees for academic independence.
These policies apply in addition to the relevant policies of the VUB. We will continue to develop them further as needed to ensure that we are doing our utmost to maintain the integrity of the Hub, our work, and our community.
Brussels Privacy Hub activities are made possible as a result of the financial support from partners including Data Industry Platform; Deutsche Telekom; the Future of Privacy Forum; Google; the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP); the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC); Mastercard; the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD); and SAP. Further financing is obtained directly through activities including training and education.
HAPPY VISITING SCHOLAR
“Brussels is a natural place to come since it is a global hub when it comes to, among others, issues in data protection. In particular, the Brussels Privacy Hub serves as an important venue
for data protection professionals, not just from the EU but from other parts of the world, where
important ideas are discussed and disseminated.”
Professor Haksoo Ko, Visiting Scholar 2016
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