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We are launching Youthwise, a programme starting in March 2021 for young leaders to input their views and ideas into OECD work. If you are a national of an OECD member country, you’re between 18 and 30 years old and have an interest in how policies can shape the future of work and learning, apply here by 5 March to become a member. More information including membership criteria can be found on our Youth pages

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Future of Work Survey Data Protection Notice

This survey is open to participants aged 15 to 30 years old. Participation in the survey is voluntary.

Any information and data (including personal data) we collect in this survey may be processed by the OECD for the purposes of analysing the survey results, the public promotion of the survey and the I am the future of work campaign, and in the publication and dissemination of the survey’s results, including on the OECD’s websites and on the OECD’s accounts on social networks including Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and LinkedIn). The information we collect through this survey could also be used for additional OECD research, which may be made publicly available.

The results and information relating to the survey will be publicly disclosed without individual participants being identified or identifiable, unless you choose to give your first name to the OECD, in which case your first name may be used to attribute your survey responses to you. If you do not wish to have a survey response attributed to you publicly, please do not provide your first name.

Survey responses (including your first name, where appropriate) may be kept permanently once they are published (including any publication on third party websites or social networks) and be kept as part of the archives of the OECD.

Any other personal data collected as part of the main survey will only be retained by the OECD for the duration necessary to process and disseminate the survey results. Any additional research by the OECD using the survey data will be conducted using anonymized data only.

Participants who choose to respond to the additional question, including those who apply to Youthwise are also invited to read the additional information provided prior to that question, in respect of the additional use of any content and personal data collected therein.

The OECD is committed to protecting the personal data it processes, in accordance with its Personal Data Protection Rules.

Under the Rules, you have rights to access and rectify your personal data, as well as to object to its processing, request erasure, and obtain data portability in certain circumstances. To exercise these rights in connection with this survey, please contact iamfutureofwork@oecd.org.

If you have further queries or complaints related to the processing of your personal data, please contact the Data Protection Officer (dpo@oecd.org). If you need further assistance in resolving claims related to personal data protection you can contact the Data Protection Commissioner (dpo@oecd.org).

By submitting this section of the survey, you authorize OECD to use publicly the content that you will provide in response to this question, in OECD multimedia materials, documents, publications and on the OECD’s websites and on the OECD’s accounts on social networks including Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and LinkedIn). This may include your name, image, likeness and voice and other personally identifiable information if you include it as part of the content you submit. The OECD reserves the right to edit the content as it sees fit. You do not have any rights to be remunerated for the use of such content. The OECD will seek to ensure that your content is not used by it in a manner that is misleading or inaccurate or that could cause harm to your reputation. Any use of your content by social networks is governed by their respective terms and conditions and privacy policies, and the OECD is not responsible for any use of your content made by social networks.

Any content you submit must be your own and must not infringe any rights of third parties, such as copyright or data privacy. You must be at least 15 years old to upload any content.

Any content provided by you and used by the OECD may be kept permanently once it is published (including any publication on third party websites or social networks) and be kept as part of the archives of the OECD.

If you do not agree to the use of your content by the OECD, please do not participate in this additional part of the survey.

Survey participants aged 18 to 30 years old are eligible to apply for Youthwise (the OECD Youth Advisory Board).

If you indicate you would like to apply for Youthwise (the OECD Youth Advisory Board), any information we collect in this survey may also be used internally by the OECD as part of the application selection process.

We may use the email address provided to contact you during the selection process, and if selected, after you become a member.

Your email address may also be used to send you information relating to the survey and the I am the future of work campaign if you opt-in to receiving such communication.

If at any time you wish to opt out of contact/the Youthwise youth advisory board, please contact iamfutureofwork@oecd.org.

Your email address is kept until you unsubscribe from the mailing list or until two years after your last contact with the OECD.

Any personal data collected and processed as part of this additional question “Applying to Youthwise?” is subject to the terms of the Future of Work Survey Data Protection Notice and your rights as set out therein.

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