Children in Wales is committed to protecting your personal data and to keeping your personal information safe. We will only send you information if you ask us to and we will never share your information with marketing companies. Children in Wales will always handle your personal information in a way that is fair, easy to understand and lawful. At any time, you can ask us and we’ll show you the personal information we keep for you.

This Privacy Policy supplements our full Privacy Policy 

Privacy Policy

This supplementary Privacy Policy tells you how we collect and store your information, why we need it and what we do with it in relation to your membership of Children in Wales.

If you have any questions regarding our Privacy Policy, the information you receive or the information we process and store, please contact:

The Data Protection Lead
Children in Wales
21 Windsor Place
Cardiff
CF10 3 BY

Email: [email protected]
Phone: 029 2034 2434

If you’re a child or young person and you’re not sure about anything in this policy, just ask a Young Wales staff member, or phone us and we’ll go through it with you. You can also ask your local leader, parent or carer to speak to us and we’ll go through it with them.

Who are we?

Children in Wales is the national umbrella body for organisations and individuals who work with children, young people and their families. Children in Wales is a registered charity (1020313) and a company limited by guarantee (2805996).

Young Wales is part of Children in Wales. All Young Wales staff work for Children in Wales. The purpose of Young Wales is about listening to young people and helping them to share their voices and get their opinions heard.

What information do we need?

So that we can collect and store your personal information, Children in Wales must always follow the rules within two different laws – these are called the Data Protection Act 1998 and the General Data Protection Regulations 2018.

Under these two laws, Children in Wales is known as the 'data controller' in respect of the personal information that we hold about you. This means that Children in Wales is responsible for keeping your personal information secure at all times and only ask for it and keep it when we really need to, and only use it in a way that you have agreed to.

We will only normally collect basic personal data, which may include your name, address, phone number, email, organisation or areas of work. This information ensures that we can fulfil our role as a national umbrella organisation, keeping you informed and sharing relevant information.

If you are under 18 years old, sometimes we may need to ask for your date of birth. We do this to make sure that we have the right permissions to work with you.

Why is Children in Wales allowed to process your personal information?

We are only allowed to collect and store your information as long as we follow all of the rules of these two laws - the Data Protection Act 1998 and the General Data Protection Regulation 2018. We’ve listed below some of the legal bases we are relying on to process your personal information.

As a member or subscriber of Children in Wales, we will process your personal data to:

  • Provide you information on membership events, benefits, resources and information about our AGM (Annual General Meeting). This data processing is necessary for the performance of the membership contract between us.
  • Provide you with information on membership renewal fees and dates of renewal. This data processing is for the purposes of legitimate interests to assist with membership retention and engagement with Children in Wales.
  • Provide information on training and events that you've booked. This data processing is necessary for the performance of the contract between us.
  • Provide communications such as our e-briefing, training updates etc. This data processing is based on your consent. You have the option to opt in our opt out of each type of communication within your login area.

How do we get your personal information?

We only collect personal information that you (or, if you are under 18, that your parent/carer) have specifically given to us when you agree to become a member of Children in Wales or fill in a subscription form.

What do we do with your information?

Your information is stored through our Membership Management System (White Fuse). We will only use your information if you have said we can and only in a way that you know about. 

We make sure that your information is kept safe, handled and stored securely, and we regularly check to make sure we are doing this right.

To assist us with the management of our membership we use an outside service, White Fuse. By signing up as a member or a subscriber, you agree to White Fuse processing your data.
• White Fuse are based in the UK and process your data primarily in the EU
• For further information about White Fuse, see their Privacy Policy

We never share or sell your information to marketing companies, but we do sometimes use outside services to send you electronic information. The companies who we use to do this are Microsoft, Mentimeter and Survey Monkey.

You can read more about how these companies keep your data safe by reading the companies privacy policies.

1. Microsoft: We use cloud computing software to do our work, provided by Microsoft. The data is processed in the UK. You can click here to see at which data centres.
2. Survey Monkey/Mentimeter: Sometimes Children in Wales may ask you to take a survey. We might ask to find out what you think of our services or a specific policy issue. When we do so, we may use Survey Monkey or Mentimeter to collect your responses. These providers process their data in the EU and in the US. You can read Survey Monkey’s privacy policy here and Mentimeter policy here.

What type of information do we provide?

Children in Wales offers a wide variety of services and information and as long as we have your consent, we may provide information on:

  • Membership
  • Conferences
  • Events
  • Networks
  • Consultations
  • Surveys
  • Policies
  • Legislation changes
  • Research
  • E-Briefings
  • Topic specific areas of work
  • Consultation Services
  • Tools and Resources

How long do we keep your information?

When signing up for membership you agree to become a member for a term of 1 or 3 years. We will therefore keep your information for this period. If you choose not to renew your membership your account will remain active until you delete your information. you can do this by logging into your account and accessing the my account pages, or you can contact Children in Wales and we will remove your information for you. 

If you have asked to receive emails from Children in Wales or signed up to a subscribers account, then we will keep your personal details until you tell us that you no longer wish to receive information. You can change your marketing preferences at any time by logging into your account and accessing the my account pages, or you can contact Children in Wales and we can update this information for you. 

If you attend a one-off event and have given us your information, this information will be stored within the white fuse system. To delete your white fuse account, you can access the data stored by logging in and accessing the my account pages. 

When purchasing an event or membership, we use manual invoicing, Stripe payments and GoCardless to offer a range of options to pay. When paying via manual invoice, we will need to retain a copy of this for 12 months for our financial records. After this period we will delete your information from our financial systems. For information on Stripe payments and GoCardless, you can read their privacy policies here:

Stripe Payments

GoCardless

At any time, you can ask us to delete your information. You can do this by contacting Children in Wales:

Email: [email protected] (or, if it is more convenient, just speak to any staff member)
Phone: 029 2034 2434 (Monday – Friday, 9am – 5pm)
Post: Children in Wales, 21 Windsor Place, Cardiff, CF10 3BY

When you ask us to delete your information, we will let you know if this has any impact on you. For example; if you ask us to delete your information, but you want to attend an event, then you wouldn’t be able to attend, because we can’t contact you. We can talk this through with you at the time and you can decide what you want to do.

Will we share your information with anyone else?

We never sell or share your information to external marketing companies.

Children in Wales works hard to keep your personal information safe. Sometimes we may need to print off your personal information for our work. We will always keep this safe.

When we have finished with this information, we make sure that it is safely thrown away. We do this by using a shredding company. They act on our behalf to destroy your information. This company is called Taclus and you can read more about what they do by clicking here.

Online ‘virtual’ meetings & events

Some of Children in Wales’ events and meetings may be held online using platforms such as Zoom, Skype or Microsoft Teams. Children in Wales is not responsible for the Terms & Conditions of Use and the Privacy Policies of these platforms and we advise that you read the Privacy Policies of these companies before using them. Here are a few of the common platforms:

Zoom Privacy Policy

Microsoft Teams Privacy Policy

What are your rights?

Under the laws that allow us to collect and store your personal information, you have a number of rights. These laws and rights are complicated, so we’ve only included the ones that are relevant to you.

You have the right to see your personal information

  • You have the right to ask Children in Wales if we are storing your personal information
  • If we are storing your information, you have the right to see this. You can see what information is being stored by logging into your account, or alternatively you can contact Children in Wales and we can provide you a copy of the information that we have stored.

You have the right to correct your personal information

  • If you think the information we store about you is wrong, then you have the right to ask Children in Wales to change it, or alternatively you can log into your account and update your details.

You have the right to be forgotten

This just means that you can ask us to delete your personal information.

  • You can do this if we are not following the rules of the law
  • You can do this if you think we no longer need your information
  • You can do this if you don’t want to take part in Young Wales or Children in Wales any more.

If the above does apply, Children in Wales must delete your personal information. Alternatively you can log into your account and delete any information stored.

Your right to data portability

This means that you have the right to ask us to give you a copy of your personal information electronically. We can do this by sending it to your device or sending you an email.

Your right to object

  • You have the right to object to us using your personal information if we are using it for direct marketing.
  • You also have the right to object to us using your personal data if it is affecting you in any way.

Where this applies, you have the right to ask us to stop processing your personal information. Remember, you can stop receiving information from Children in Wales at any time. Just log into your account and update your marketing preferences or delete your account.

Please note, if you delete your account, you will be unsubscribing to everything, including membership access. 

You have the right to restrict processing
This means that you have the right to ask us to stop collecting and storing your personal information. If you do, then we still have to keep your name and address and keep a note that you have asked us to stop collecting information.

You have the right to withdraw consent

This means that if we are using your personal information because you have agreed (given your consent) to this, you can withdraw your consent at any time.


To withdraw your consent you can do this via your subscription or membership accounts or alternatively, contact us:

Children in Wales
Email: [email protected]
Phone: 029 2034 2434 (Monday – Friday, 9am – 5pm)
Post: Children in Wales, 21 Windsor Place, Cardiff, CF10 3BY

Once you have let us know, we will stop using your information for the reason that you originally agreed to. Please note, depending on our legal bases for processing your information, we may still process your data for different purposes.

If you want to use any of your rights, please contact Children in Wales if you need help. You can do this by post, by phone or if you are part of Young Wales by speaking to a Young Wales staff member. We will reply to you as soon as possible, but always within 28 days.

To read more information about your rights, visit:

Information Commissioners Office (ICO)

The ICO make sure that Children in Wales follow the rules of the law when we collect and store your information.

If you have any questions about how we use your personal information then just ask us. We are happy to answer any questions. Children in Wales contact details:

Email: [email protected]
Phone: 029 2034 2434 (Monday – Friday, 9am – 5pm)
Post: Children in Wales, 21 Windsor Place, Cardiff, CF10 3BY

If you want to complain about how we have used your personal information, our Complaints, Compliments and Suggestions Procedure can be found on our website. Click here to view. You can also contact the Children in Wales office directly by emailing [email protected]

Notification of Changes
If we make important changes to our Privacy Policy, or we are changing the way we use your personal information, we will contact you.

We will always work to be clear and open with you so that you understand what we will use your personal information for.

 
Our Privacy Policy is checked regularly. Last checked April 2021.



Mae Plant yng Nghymru yn ymroddedig i ddiogelu eich data personol ac i gadw eich gwybodaeth bersonol yn ddiogel. Ni fyddwn yn anfon gwybodaeth atoch chi ond os byddwch chi’n gofyn i ni wneud hynny, ac ni fyddwn byth yn rhannu eich gwybodaeth gyda chwmnïau marchnata. Bydd Plant yng Nghymru bob amser yn trin eich gwybodaeth bersonol mewn modd sy’n deg, yn hawdd ei ddeall ac yn gyfreithlon. Ar unrhyw adeg, gallwch chi ofyn i ni a byddwn ni’n dangos yr wybodaeth bersonol rydyn ni’n ei chadw amdanoch. 

Mae’r Polisi Preifatrwydd hwn yn ategu ein Polisi Preifatrwydd llawn 

Mae’r Polisi Preifatrwydd atodol hwn yn dweud wrthych chi sut rydyn ni’n casglu ac yn storio eich gwybodaeth, pam mae angen hynny arnon ni, a beth rydyn ni’n ei wneud â’ch gwybodaeth mewn perthynas â’ch aelodaeth o Plant yng Nghymru.

Os bydd gennych unrhyw gwestiynau ynghylch ein Polisi Preifatrwydd, yr wybodaeth rydych chi’n ei derbyn neu’r wybodaeth rydyn ni’n ei phrosesu a’i storio, cysylltwch â’r:

Arweinydd Diogelu Data
Plant yng Nghymru
21 Plas Windsor
Caerdydd
CF10 3 BY

E-bost: [email protected]
Ffôn: 029 2034 2434

Os ydych chi’n blentyn neu’n berson ifanc a dydych chi ddim yn siŵr am rywbeth yn y polisi yma, gofynnwch i aelod o staff Cymru Ifanc, neu ffoniwch ni ac fe awn ni trwyddo fe gyda chi. Hefyd gallwch chi ofyn i’ch arweinydd lleol, rhiant neu ofalwr siarad â ni, ac fe awn ni trwyddo fe gyda nhw.

Pwy ydyn ni?

Plant yng Nghymru yw’r corff trosfwaol cenedlaethol ar gyfer sefydliadau ac unigolion sy’n gweithio gyda phlant, pobl ifanc a’u teuluoedd. Mae Plant yng Nghymru yn elusen gofrestredig (1020313) ac yn gwmni cyfyngedig trwy warant (2805996).

Mae Cymru Ifanc yn rhan o Plant yng Nghymru. Mae holl staff Cymru Ifanc yn gweithio i Plant yng Nghymru. Pwrpas Cymru Ifanc yw gwrando ar bobl ifanc a’u helpu nhw i rannu eu lleisiau a sicrhau bod eu barn yn cael ei chlywed.

Pa wybodaeth mae arnon ni ei hangen?

Er mwyn i ni fedru casglu a storio eich gwybodaeth bersonol, mae rhaid i Plant yng Nghymru bob amser ddilyn rheolau Deddf Diogelu Data 2018 a Rheoliad Diogelu Data Cyffredinol y Deyrnas Unedig (UK GDPR).

O dan y ddwy gyfraith yma, gelwir Plant yng Nghymru yn ‘rheolwr y data’ yng nghyswllt yr wybodaeth bersonol rydyn ni’n ei chadw amdanoch chi. Mae hynny’n golygu mai Plant yng Nghymru sy’n gyfrifol am gadw eich gwybodaeth bersonol yn ddiogel bob amser, a’i defnyddio mewn ffordd rydych chi wedi cytuno arni yn unig.

Fel arfer, byddwn ni’n casglu data personol sylfaenol yn unig, a allai gynnwys eich enw, eich cyfeiriad, eich rhif ffôn, eich e-bost, eich sefydliad neu eich meysydd gwaith. Mae’r wybodaeth yma’n sicrhau ein bod ni’n gallu cyflawni ein rôl fel sefydliad trosfwaol cenedlaethol, gan roi gwybodaeth i chi yn rheolaidd a rhannu gwybodaeth berthnasol.

Os ydych chi o dan 18 oed, weithiau gall fod angen i ni ofyn am eich dyddiad geni. Rydyn ni’n gwneud hynny i sicrhau bod gennym ni’r caniatâd cywir i weithio gyda chi.

Pam mae gan Plant yng Nghymru hawl i brosesu eich gwybodaeth bersonol?

Mae gennym ni hawl i gasglu a storio eich gwybodaeth dim ond cyhyd â’n bod ni’n dilyn holl reolau’r ddwy gyfraith hon – Deddf Diogelu Data 1998 a Rheoliad Diogelu Data Cyffredinol y Deyrnas Unedig 2018. Isod rydyn ni wedi rhestru rhai o’r sylfeini cyfreithiol rydyn ni’n dibynnu arnyn nhw i brosesu eich gwybodaeth bersonol.

Fel un o aelodau neu danysgrifwyr Plant yng Nghymru, byddwn ni’n prosesu eich data personol er mwyn: 

  • Darparu gwybodaeth i chi am ddigwyddiadau i’r aelodau, manteision aelodaeth, adnoddau a gwybodaeth am ein CCB (Cyfarfod Cyffredinol Blynyddol). Mae prosesu data fel hyn yn angenrheidiol i gyflawni’r contract aelodaeth rhyngom ni. 
  • Darparu gwybodaeth i chi ynghylch ffïoedd adnewyddu aelodaeth a dyddiadau adnewyddu. Caiff y data hwn ei brosesu at ddibenion buddiannau cyfreithlon, er mwyn helpu i gadw aelodau a chynnal ymgysylltiad â Plant yng Nghymru.
  • Darparu gwybodaeth am hyfforddiant a digwyddiadau rydych chi wedi’u harchebu. Mae prosesu’r data hwn yn angenrheidiol i gyflawni’r contract sydd rhyngom. 
  • Darparu cyfathrebiadau megis yr e-friffiad, diweddariadau hyfforddiant etc. Caiff y data hwn ei brosesu ar sail eich cydsyniad. Gallwch chi ddewis optio i mewn neu allan o bob math o gyfathrebu sy’n rhan o’ch maes mewngofnodi.  


Sut rydyn ni’n derbyn eich gwybodaeth bersonol?

Yr unig wybodaeth bersonol rydyn ni’n ei chasglu yw’r wybodaeth rydych chi (neu, os ydych o dan 18, eich rhiant/gofalwr) wedi’i rhoi i ni’n benodol wrth gytuno i fod yn aelod o Plant yng Nghymru neu lenwi ffurflen danysgrifio.

Beth rydyn ni’n ei wneud â’ch gwybodaeth?

Caiff eich gwybodaeth ei storio trwy ein System Reolaeth i’r Aelodau (White Fuse). Ni fyddwn yn defnyddio eich gwybodaeth ond os ydych chi wedi rhoi caniatâd i ni wneud hynny, ac mewn ffordd rydych chi’n gwybod amdani yn unig.

Byddwn ni’n gwneud yn siŵr bod eich gwybodaeth yn cael ei chadw’n ddiogel, ei thrin a’i storio’n ddiogel, a byddwn ni’n gwirio’n rheolaidd i sicrhau ein bod ni’n gwneud hynny’n iawn.

I’n helpu i reoli ein haelodaeth, rydyn ni’n defnyddio gwasanaeth allanol, White Fuse. Trwy ymuno fel aelod neu danysgrifiwr, rydych chi’n cytuno y caiff White Fuse brosesu eich data.
• Mae White Fuse wedi’u lleoli yn y Deyrnas Unedig, ac maen nhw’n prosesu eich data yn yr UE yn bennaf
• I gael rhagor o wybodaeth am White Fuse, darllenwch eu Polisi Preifatrwydd

Fyddwn ni byth yn rhannu nac yn gwerthu eich gwybodaeth i gwmnïau marchnata, ond fe fyddwn weithiau yn defnyddio gwasanaethau allanol i anfon gwybodaeth electronig atoch chi. Y cwmnïau rydyn ni’n eu defnyddio i wneud hynny yw Microsoft, Mentimeter a Survey Monkey.

Gallwch chi ddarllen mwy am sut mae’r cwmnïau hyn yn cadw eich data’n ddiogel trwy ddarllen polisïau preifatrwydd y cwmnïau unigol.
1. Microsoft: Rydyn ni’n defnyddio meddalwedd cyfrifiadura cwmwl i wneud ein gwaith, a Microsoft sy’n darparu’r feddalwedd honno. Caiff y data ei brosesu yn y Deyrnas Unedig. Gallwch chi glicio yma i weld ym mha ganolfannau data. 2. Survey Monkey/Mentimeter: Weithiau efallai bydd Plant yng Nghymru yn gofyn i chi fod yn rhan o arolwg. Efallai byddwn ni’n holi eich barn am ein gwasanaethau neu am fater polisi penodol. Wrth wneud hynny, efallai byddwn ni’n defnyddio Survey Monkey neu Mentimeter i gasglu eich ymatebion. Mae’r darparwyr hyn yn prosesu eu data yn yr UE ac yn yr UD. Gallwch chi ddarllen polisi preifatrwydd Survey Monkey yma a pholisi Mentimeter yma.

Pa fath o wybodaeth rydyn ni’n ei darparu?

Mae Plant yng Nghymru yn cynnig amrywiaeth eang o wasanaethau a gwybodaeth, a chyhyd â’n bod ni wedi cael eich cydsyniad, gallwn ni ddarparu gwybodaeth am y canlynol:

Aelodaeth
Cynadleddau
Digwyddiadau
Rhwydweithiau
Ymgyngoriadau
Arolygon
Polisïau
Newidiadau deddfwriaeth
Ymchwil
E-friffiadau
Meysydd gwaith pwnc-benodol
Gwasanaethau Ymgynghori
Offer ac Adnoddau
 

Pa mor hir rydyn ni’n cadw eich gwybodaeth

Wrth ymaelodi rydych chi’n cytuno i fod yn aelod am gyfnod o 1 flwyddyn neu 3 blynedd. O ganlyniad, byddwn ni’n cadw eich gwybodaeth am y cyfnod dan sylw. Os penderfynwch beidio ag adnewyddu eich aelodaeth, bydd eich cyfrif yn parhau’n actif nes i chi ddileu eich gwybodaeth. Gallwch chi wneud hynny trwy fewngofnodi i’ch cyfrif a chael mynediad i’r tudalennau ‘my account’, neu gallwch chi gysylltu â Plant yng Nghymru, a byddwn ni’n dileu eich gwybodaeth ar eich rhan.

Os ydych wedi gofyn am dderbyn negeseuon e-bost gan Plant yng Nghymru neu wedi ymuno â chyfrif tanysgrifwyr, byddwn ni’n cadw eich manylion personol hyd nes i chi ddweud wrthyn ni nad ydych am dderbyn gwybodaeth bellach. Gallwch chi newid eich dewisiadau marchnata ar unrhyw adeg trwy fewngofnodi i’ch cyfrif a mynd i’r tudalennau ‘my account’, neu gallwch chi gysylltu â Plant yng Nghymru, a gallwn ni ddiweddaru’r wybodaeth yma i chi. Os byddwch chi’n mynychu digwyddiad untro ac yn rhoi eich gwybodaeth i ni, bydd yr wybodaeth honno’n cael ei storio yn system White Fuse. I ddileu eich cyfrif White Fuse, gallwch chi gyrchu’r data sy’n cael ei storio trwy fewngofnodi a chael mynediad i dudalennau ‘my account’. 

Wrth brynu digwyddiad neu aelodaeth, rydyn ni’n defnyddio anfonebau personol, taliadau Stripe a GoCardless er mwyn cynnig ystod o opsiynau talu. Wrth dalu trwy anfoneb bersonol, bydd angen i ni gadw copi o’r anfoneb am 12 mis ar gyfer ein cofnodion ariannol. Wedi’r cyfnod hwn byddwn ni’n dileu eich gwybodaeth o’n systemau ariannol. I gael gwybodaeth am daliadau Stripe a GoCardless, gallwch chi ddarllen eu polisïau preifatrwydd yma:

 

Taliadau Stripe

Gallwch chi ofyn i ni ddileu eich gwybodaeth ar unrhyw adeg. Gallwch chi wneud hynny trwy gysylltu â Plant yng Nghymru:

E-bost: [email protected] (neu siaradwch ag unrhyw aelod o staff, os yw hynny’n fwy cyfleus)
Ffôn: 029 2034 2434 (dydd Llun – dydd Gwener, 9am – 5pm)
Post: Plant yng Nghymru, 21 Plas Windsor, Caerdydd, CF10 3BY

Pan fyddwch chi’n gofyn i ni ddileu eich gwybodaeth, byddwn ni’n rhoi gwybod i chi os bydd hynny’n cael unrhyw effaith arnoch chi. Er enghraifft; os gofynnwch chi i ni ddileu eich gwybodaeth, ond rydych chi am fynychu digwyddiad, fyddwch chi ddim yn gallu dod i’r digwyddiad, oherwydd fyddwn ni ddim yn gallu cysylltu â chi. Gallwn ni drafod hyn gyda chi ar y pryd, a gallwch chi benderfynu beth hoffech chi wneud. 

Fyddwn ni’n rhannu eich gwybodaeth ag unrhyw un arall?

Ni fyddwn byth yn gwerthu nac yn rhannu eich gwybodaeth â chwmnïau marchnata allanol.
Mae Plant yng Nghymru yn gweithio’n galed i gadw eich gwybodaeth bersonol yn ddiogel. Weithiau gall fod angen i ni argraffu eich gwybodaeth bersonol ar gyfer ein gwaith. Byddwn ni bob amser yn ei chadw’n ddiogel.
Pan fyddwn ni wedi gorffen defnyddio’r wybodaeth hon, byddwn ni’n gwneud yn siŵr ei bod yn cael ei gwaredu’n ddiogel. Rydyn ni’n gwneud hynny trwy ddefnyddio cwmni llarpio papur. Maen nhw’n gweithredu ar ein rhan i ddinistrio eich gwybodaeth. Enw’r cwmni yw Taclus a gallwch chi ddarllen mwy am eu gwaith trwy glicio yma.

Cyfarfodydd a digwyddiadau ‘rhithwir’ ar-lein

Gall rhai o ddigwyddiadau a chyfarfodydd Plant yng Nghymru gael eu cynnal ar-lein, gan ddefnyddio platfformau fel Zoom, Skype neu Microsoft Teams. Nid yw Plant yng Nghymru yn gyfrifol am Delerau ac Amodau Defnydd a Pholisïau Preifatrwydd y platfformau hyn, ac rydyn ni’n eich cynghori i ddarllen Polisïau Preifatrwydd y cwmnïau cyn eu defnyddio. Dyma rai o’r platfformau cyffredin:

Polisi Preifatrwydd Zoom

Polisi Preifatrwydd Microsoft Teams

Beth yw eich hawliau?

Mae gennych chi nifer o hawliau o dan y cyfreithiau sy’n rhoi caniatâd i ni gasglu a storio eich gwybodaeth bersonol. Mae’r cyfreithiau a’r hawliau hynny’n gymhleth, felly rydyn ni wedi cynnwys y rhai sy’n berthnasol i chi yn unig.

Mae gennych chi hawl i weld eich gwybodaeth bersonol


Mae gennych chi hawl i ofyn i Plant yng Nghymru ydyn ni’n storio eich gwybodaeth bersonol
Os ydyn ni’n storio eich gwybodaeth, mae gennych chi hawl i’w gweld. Gallwch chi weld pa wybodaeth sy’n cael ei storio trwy fewngofnodi i’ch cyfrif, neu fel arall, gallwch chi gysylltu â Plant yng Nghymru, a gallwn ni ddarparu copi o’r wybodaeth rydyn ni wedi’i storio i chi. 

Mae gennych chi hawl i gywiro eich gwybodaeth bersonol

Os ydych chi’n meddwl bod yr wybodaeth rydyn ni’n ei storio amdanoch chi yn anghywir, mae gennych chi hawl i ofyn i Plant yng Nghymru ei newid, neu gallwch chi fewngofnodi i’ch cyfrif a diweddaru eich manylion.  

Mae gennych chi hawl i gael eich anghofio

Ystyr hynny’n syml yw eich bod chi’n gallu gofyn i ni ddileu eich gwybodaeth bersonol.
Gallwch chi wneud hyn os nad ydyn ni’n dilyn rheolau’r gyfraith
Gallwch chi wneud hyn os byddwch chi’n tybio nad oes angen eich gwybodaeth arnon ni bellach
Gallwch chi wneud hyn os nad ydych chi am fod yn rhan o Cymru Ifanc neu Plant yng Nghymru bellach.

Os yw’r uchod yn berthnasol, rhaid i Plant yng Nghymru ddileu eich gwybodaeth bersonol. Fel arall, gallwch chi fewngofnodi i’ch cyfrif a dileu unrhyw wybodaeth sy’n cael ei storio.

Eich hawl i gael data cludadwy

Mae hyn yn golygu bod gennych chi hawl i ofyn i ni roi copi o’ch gwybodaeth bersonol i chi yn electronig. Gallwn ni wneud hynny trwy ei hanfon i’ch dyfais neu anfon e-bost atoch chi.


Eich hawl i wrthwynebu

Mae gennych chi hawl i wrthwynebu ein bod ni’n defnyddio eich gwybodaeth bersonol os ydyn ni’n ei defnyddio ar gyfer marchnata uniongyrchol. Mae gennych chi hawl hefyd i wrthwynebu ein bod ni’n defnyddio eich data personol os yw hynny’n effeithio arnoch chi mewn unrhyw ffordd. Lle mae hyn yn berthnasol, mae gennych chi hawl i ofyn i ni roi’r gorau i brosesu eich gwybodaeth bersonol. Cofiwch fod gennych chi hawl i roi’r gorau i dderbyn gwybodaeth gan Plant yng Nghymru ar unrhyw adeg. Y cyfan mae’n rhaid i chi ei wneud yw mewngofnodi i’ch cyfrif a diweddaru eich dewisiadau marchnata, neu ddileu eich cyfrif.
 

Sylwch, os byddwch chi’n dileu eich cyfrif, y bydd eich tanysgrifiad i bopeth yn dod i ben, gan gynnwys mynediad aelodaeth.

Mae gennych hawl i gyfyngu ar brosesu

Mae hyn yn golygu bod gennych chi hawl i ofyn i ni roi’r gorau i gasglu a storio eich gwybodaeth bersonol. Os gwnewch chi hynny, bydd yn rhaid i ni gadw eich enw a’ch cyfeiriad o hyd, ynghyd â nodyn eich bod wedi gofyn i ni roi’r gorau i gasglu gwybodaeth.


Mae gennych hawl i dynnu cydsyniad yn ôl

Mae hyn yn golygu, os ydyn ni’n defnyddio eich gwybodaeth bersonol oherwydd eich bod wedi cytuno (cydsynio) i hynny, gallwch chi dynnu eich cydsyniad yn ôl ar unrhyw adeg.

I dynnu eich cydsyniad yn ôl, gallwch ddefnyddio eich cyfrifon aelodaeth neu danysgrifio, neu fel arall, trwy gysylltu â ni:

Plant yng Nghymru
E-bost: [email protected]
Ffôn: 029 2034 2434 (dydd Llun – dydd Gwener, 9am – 5pm)
Post: Plant yng Nghymru, 21 Plas Windsor, Caerdydd, CF10 3BY

Unwaith byddwch chi wedi rhoi gwybod i ni, byddwn ni’n rhoi’r gorau i ddefnyddio eich gwybodaeth am y rheswm y gwnaethoch chi gytuno iddo’n wreiddiol. Sylwch, yn dibynnu ar ein sylfaen gyfreithiol ar gyfer prosesu eich gwybodaeth, efallai y byddwn ni’n dal i brosesu eich data at wahanol ddibenion.
Os ydych am ddefnyddio unrhyw rai o’ch hawliau, cysylltwch â Plant yng Nghymru os bydd angen cymorth. Gallwch chi wneud hynny drwy’r post, dros y ffôn, neu os ydych chi’n rhan o Cymru Ifanc, trwy siarad ag aelod o staff Cymru Ifanc. Byddwn ni’n eich ateb cyn gynted â phosibl, ond o fewn 28 diwrnod bob amser.

I ddarllen rhagor o wybodaeth am eich hawliau, ewch i:

Mae Swyddfa’r Comisiynydd Gwybodaeth (ICO) yn sicrhau bod Plant yng Nghymru yn defnyddio rheolau’r gyfraith wrth gasglu a storio eich gwybodaeth.


Os bydd gennych chi unrhyw gwestiynau am sut rydyn ni’n defnyddio eich gwybodaeth bersonol, gofynnwch os gwelwch yn dda. Rydyn ni’n barod i ateb unrhyw gwestiynau. Manylion cyswllt Plant yng Nghymru

E-bost: [email protected]
Ffôn: 029 2034 2434 (dydd Llun – dydd Gwener, 9am – 5pm)
Post: Plant yng Nghymru, 21 Plas Windsor, Caerdydd, CF10 3BY


Os ydych am gwyno ynghylch sut rydyn ni wedi defnyddio eich gwybodaeth bersonol, mae ein Gweithdrefn Cwynion, Canmoliaeth a Chynghorion i’w gweld ar ein gwefan. Cliciwch yma i’w darllen. Hefyd gallwch chi gysylltu â swyddfa Plant yng Nghymru yn uniongyrchol trwy anfon e-bost i [email protected]



Hysbysu ynghylch Newidiadau


Os byddwn ni’n gwneud newidiadau pwysig i’n Polisi Preifatrwydd, neu os byddwn ni’n newid sut rydyn ni’n defnyddio eich gwybodaeth bersonol, byddwn ni’n cysylltu â chi.


Byddwn ni bob amser yn ymdrechu i fod yn glir ac yn agored yn ein hymwneud â chi, fel eich bod chi’n deall at ba ddibenion byddwn ni’n defnyddio eich gwybodaeth bersonol.

Mae ein Polisi Preifatrwydd yn cael ei wirio’n rheolaidd. Gwiriwyd ddiwethaf Ebrill 2021.

Registered Charity / Elusen Gofrestredig 1020313. Company limited by guarantee / Cwmni cyfyngedig trwy warant 2805996. Head office / Pencadlys: 21 Windsor Place / Plas Winsor, Cardiff / Caerdydd CF10 3BY
Log in | Powered by White Fuse