BRIC-19
  • Social Distance, Digital Congregation:

    British Ritual Innovation under COVID-19

  • Social Distance, Digital Congregation:

    British Ritual Innovation under COVID-19

  • Social Distance, Digital Congregation:

    British Ritual Innovation under COVID-19

  • Social Distance, Digital Congregation:

    British Ritual Innovation under COVID-19

  • Social Distance, Digital Congregation:

    British Ritual Innovation under COVID-19

  • Social Distance, Digital Congregation:

    British Ritual Innovation under COVID-19

Privacy Policy

Privacy Notice for Social Distance, Digital Congregation: British Ritual Innovation under COVID-19’


The research project ‘Social Distance, Digital Congregation: British Ritual Innovation under COVID-19’ (BRIC-19, or ‘we’) is run by the Manchester Metropolitan University (MMU) in partnership with the University of Chester, a collaboration agreement governs the relationship. As part of the research project, we give you the opportunity to submit your email address via our website to add to our mailing list and to contact us with questions. We will collect your personal data in order to keep you informed about BRIC-19’s progress, findings and events, and to invite you to participate in the project through, for example, completing a survey, conducting an interview, or attending an event. MMU are the data controller for this information, and MailChimp will act as data processor. As MailChimp’s servers are based outside of the EEA, we rely on the Standard Contractual Clause’s. More information can be found here- https://mailchimp.com/eu-us-data-transfer-statement/ Our lawful basis for processing your data is Consent.
If you choose to engage with the study via our mailing list, we will collect and process certain data about you. This includes: your email address, your name, and any questions you may submit about the study.

You may withdraw your consent at any time. You may do so through the unsubscribe instructions included on every email we send you, or by contacting bric19@mmu.ac.uk. We will hold your information until one year after the end of this project (that is, until 31st July 2022), in case we need to contact you with further updates after the project has formally ended (such as publications or further developments). At that point, your information will be erased.

Please note that this privacy notice does not apply to the survey that this website links to. That survey has its own privacy notice, which will be presented to you on the first page of the survey itself.

For questions, concerns, or rights requests about this privacy notice, or our use of your personal information, please contact the project team, in the first instance, on bric19@mmu.ac.uk. You may also contact the MMU Data Protection Officer by email at dataprotection@mmu.ac.uk, by calling 0161 247 3884 or in writing to: Data Protection Officer, Legal Services, All Saints Building, Manchester Metropolitan University, Manchester, M15 6BH, United Kingdom. You also have the right of complaint to the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO). The ICO can be contacted by email at casework@ico.org.uk.

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