Solidaridad makes use of cookies for its websites. A cookie is a small file embedded in website pages that is sent to you via your browser and stored on your computer.

Some of our websites use these cookies to make logging in more convenient. The cookies will save your settings and preferences. You can disable cookies in your browser, but this may impact the functionality of Solidaridad websites.

You have the right to request a review, correction or complete removal of your information from our files. To do so, please send a written request using the details on our contact page. In order to prevent abuse or fraud, we may ask you to adequately identify yourself before we take action. If you are requesting a review of your information, then you need to send us a copy of the cookie in question.

You can only remove cookie files from your computer yourself because these are stored on your local computer. Please consult your browser instructions before doing so.

Cookies can never be used to access private information on your computer or to track passwords. They also can not be used to infect a computer with a (Trojan) virus. They are completely safe and have been an industry-wide standard for the majority of websites in the world since the 1990s.