Policy and Transparency


Volunteers & Transparency

We are committed to transparency in every aspect of funding our Institute.

The Institute is run entirely by dedicated and hardworking volunteers.

We have dedicated volunteer professionals and professors who donate several to many hours per week to advise professors, students universities and NGOs in their areas of expertise.

Accepting support does not mean we endorse opinions.

We dont accept gifts, grants and sponsorships from individuals, organizations and foundations to help with our general operations, coverage of specific topics and special projects.

We come together to form Institute in the course of expressing our opinions and interests.

When people are volunteers, they willingly donate their time and talents to develop and support innovative approaches to international relations, such as our concept of Public Diplomacy.

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Policy & Financial Transparency

Operationally, Public Diplomacy Platform ( https://www.publicdiplomacy.online )

owned by a UK registered NGO –Institut de diplomatie publique/Instituto de diplomacia publica ( www.institut.uk )

- independent, voluntary research membership organization (LBG), formed in UK and registered under the provisions of the Companies Act 2006 (reg number: 12623951).


We are staffed by an all-volunteer team of academics, practitioners and students who work remotely from locations all over the world. We raise our operating budget through advertising, book sales and donations from our readers.We do not have any corporate backers/owners, investors, or financial connections to other organisations – political or otherwise.

It is important to remember that visitors to our site understand what information we gather about them, how we use it, and how we work to protect it. By using our website, and/or signing up for services such as membership or our newsletter, you consent to information practices outlined in our Privacy Policy.

Where you have an opportunity to supply information about yourself you may choose not to provide requested information but in such cases you may not be able to use certain functions on this website.

We will not release your name, email address or any other personal information to anyone outside website without your consent, unless we are under a legal order to do so, or there is an emergency involving danger to a person or property. We will not provide our advertisers or anyone else outside website with any information specific to you unless we have your consent.

Remember that any information you share in public areas, such as the website comments area, becomes public and therefore this Privacy Policy does not apply to any information you choose to make public. We encourage visitors to website to be cautious about what they disclose and that they do not post any personal information that they expect to keep private. Personally Identifiable Information is information that can be used to contact you or determine your specific identity. If other information is linked to this information, it also becomes Personally Identifiable Information.


Our Privacy Policy

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We do not share your personal data with any third party.

Institut de diplomatie publique is fully committed to safeguarding your privacy and ensuring that you continue to trust us with your personal data. When you interact with us, you may share personal information with us that allows identification of you as an individual (e.g. name, email address, address, and telephone number). This is known as “personal data”.

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If you do not agree to this Privacy Policy, please do not use our website or give us any personal data.

Security of personal data

We are committed to protecting the security of your personal data. Any information provided to us by you is handled with due care and security, and will not be used in ways other than as set forth in this Privacy Policy.

However, since the internet is not a 100% secure environment, we cannot ensure nor guarantee the security of any information that the user may transmit to our Site. There is no guarantee that information may not be accessed, disclosed, altered or destroyed by breach of any of the Forum’s physical, technical or managerial safeguards.

Privacy Statement Notice In order to consider your candidacy for membership of Institut de diplomatie publique, Institut collects and uses certain personal information about you. Collection and use of personal information is in accordance with the Privacy Acts. It will be used by Institut to consider your candidacy for membership. The personal information you provide will not be used or disclosed by Institut for any other purpose. Please note that Institut publishes the names of members on its web site. Cookies: A "cookie" is a file that may be placed on your hard drive without your knowledge by a Web site to allow it to monitor your use of the site. By sending emails to us, you confirm that you have read and understood this Privacy Notice Statement and that you agree to the use of your personal information by Institut as detailed above. If you do not wish your information to be saved, you may cancel your application at any time.

Editorial stance

Institut de diplomatie publique maintains an impartial editorial stance based on scholarly principles. We do not align ourselves with any specific causes or movements and seek to provide an open platform to allow our authors the freedom to present expert analysis from the widest range of positions. REPUBLICATION PERMISSIONS

You are free to republish our online content on other websites, in whole or in part, for non-commercial purposes only, so long as you clearly reference the author and display a direct link to the original publication. Failure to meet any of these republication requirements is an infringement of the author’s copyright.

We actively encourage lecturers / professors / tutors to use Institutes’ Publications in course syllabi or reading materials. We specify no restriction for the use and dissemination of our content for student learning materials, so long as ‘Institute (www.institut.uk)’ is clearly listed as the publisher.

Note that this project and elements of it will be confidential and this must be respected by all team members.

We are ready to partner with the other organizations and businesses to help each other better achieve our mission and goals.

If you have further questions about using our materials as teaching tools, please contact us.

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