The John Byrne Award Privacy Notice

How Do We Receive And Use Information About Entrants And Their Entries?

To enter The John Byrne Award competition, entrants share a creative piece of work, accompanied by a title, description and personal information, via a form (provided by JotForm) embedded into The John Byrne Award website.

The John Byrne Award staff manually file the information in password-secured folders hosted online
by Dropbox. All entries are manually reviewed. Entries that are accepted into the competition are posted on The John Byrne Award website; selected entries are promoted on The John Byrne Award social media pages and/or shared with carefully selected partners for the purposes of promoting the entry and/or The John Byrne Award.

All information that entrants share with The John Byrne Award is kept for the purposes of tracking The John Byrne Award’s performance. No personal information relating to the entrants, other than the name of the entrant and their hometown, is shared with other organisations.

What Information Do We Store?

The John Byrne Award stores the following information about entrants and their entries:

Required information:

  • Date of entry submission
  • First name
  • Last name
  • Date of birth
  • Email
  • Entry files
  • Entry description
  • Entry question

Optional information:

  • Pseudonym
  • Postcode of family home
  • Where the entrant heard about The John Byrne Award
  • Main occupation
  • Name of educational institution (if studying)
  • Employment sector (if working)

Would you like more information?

If you would like more information about how The John Byrne Award uses information about its
entrants, please email [email protected].