All bought in-person tickets include full access to the ICPR 2022 in-person event in Haarlem – as well as food and beverages.
Bought tickets can be transferred to someone else at least 30 days prior to the conference or can be donated to our cause and organisation. We have a no-refund policy. The OPEN Foundation has been a non-profit organisation since its formation in 2007, and relies on the conferences for income.
If, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, ICPR is forced to become an online event, the difference between the ticket price will be refunded to ticket holders. If you’d like to transfer a ticket to another person, please contact email@example.com at least 30 days prior to the conference. If the event size must be reduced because of COVID-19 related measures, attendees will be chosen on a first-come, first-served basis.
Scholarships are provided solely at the discretion of the OPEN Foundation. The OPEN Foundation protects any submitted materials and will not reproduce any withouth explicit permission. No rights can however be derived from submitted materials.
OPEN, pursuant to current legislation concerning Personal Data Protection, hereby informs its webpage Users of the Privacy and Data Protection Policy it applies in the processing of personal data which the User willingly provides in order to access www.icpr2022.net, and or, www.open-foundation.org
In compliance with Article 10 of Law 34/2002 of 11 July, governing the information society and e-commerce, the following data identifying the owner of this webpage is given:
In providing OPEN with his or her personal data through the Platform’s electronic forms, the User expressly consents to OPEN being able to process this data in the terms of this Privacy and Data Protection Policy.
Before signing up at OPEN, Users must read this Privacy and Data Protection Policy and accept it by checking the box in the OPEN registration form. Upon completing the form, they must supply the following real data: Complete name, email address, birth date, username and password.
The User is obliged to keep the data provided to OPEN duly updated. The User will be responsible for the damages and losses which OPEN or third parties could suffer as a consequence of a lack of veracity, inaccuracy, ineffectiveness and/or inauthenticity of the data supplied.
OPEN declares its commitment to comply with current law at all times with regards to data protection, specifically Organic Law 15/1999 of 13 December, on Personal Data Protection; Royal Decree 1720/2007 of 21 December, which approves the developing regulations of Organic Law 15/1999; and other applicable law.
The User states his or her express consent for the processing of his or her personal data that will be added to a file owned by OPEN for the purpose of managing the relationship with the User as well as to keep him or her informed regarding OPEN news, products, offers and services through any channel, including electronically.
OPEN has adopted the measures necessary in order to keep the required security level, according to the nature of the personal data processed and the circumstances of the processing, with the aim of avoiding, in the measure possible and always according to the state of the technology, its unauthorized alteration, loss, treatment or access.
The personal data provided will not be transferred to third parties without prior authorization by the owner of this data.
The User may exercise his or her rights of access, correction, cancelation and opposition, in compliance with that established in Organic Law 15/1999 of 13 December, on Personal Data Protection, bearing in mind that the exercise of these rights is extremely personal, for which it will be necessary for the affected party to prove his or her identity. The exercise of these rights must be done in writing and signed by the owner of the data, indicating his or her registered address and attaching a copy of the owner’s National Identification Document or other accrediting document, sending this to OPEN at the email firstname.lastname@example.org
OPEN is responsible for the information presented in the Platform being reliable at the time of its publication. However, as time passes, new scientific and medical information arises that may cause the information shown on the Platform to lose its validity. Moreover, legal regulations with respect to the use of substances discussed on the Platform vary depending on the different jurisdictions of each country. It is recommended that the User carefully consult the appropriate sources in order to be informed of the current information in scientific, medical and legal matters. The contents of the Platform should not be used and are not intended to be used as a replacement for a personal consultation with doctors and lawyers.
The information offered on the Platform is exclusively for informational use and should not be used to diagnose a disease, medical condition or to prescribe any treatment whatsoever. The information contained on the Platform is not intended to encourage the use of ethnobotanicals. OPEN hereby warns specifically against the use of ethnobotanical materials without supervision of a professional guide, without adequate monitoring or without adequate personal evaluation with respect to potential damage or risk that their use could cause. OPEN declines any responsibility whatsoever for damages and losses of any kind that could arise with respect to any accident, injury or damage that could be suffered as a direct or indirect consequence of the use or application of any of the content appearing on the Platform.
OPEN will not be responsible for cases of interruption of service, connection errors, lack of availability or deficiencies in the internet access service, nor for interruptions in the internet connection or any other error or situation outside the control of OPEN.
OPEN is not responsible for security errors which could arise, nor for damages which could be caused to the User’s computer system (hardware and software) or to files or documents stored therein, as a consequence of:
OPEN will not be responsible for the accuracy or legality of the information and content supplied by other Users.
OPEN assumes no liability whatsoever arising from linked content which allow the User access through the Platform to provisions and services offered by third parties, provided that these are outside the Platform itself. Therefore, OPEN is not responsible either for the information contained therein or for any effects which could arise from this information. If any User or third party should observe that such links may be contrary to law, morals or public order, he or she must make this known to us by emailing us at email@example.com
OPEN likewise reserves the right to carry out, at any time and without need for prior notice, updates, modifications or the deletion of information contained on its Platform, the configuration and presentation of this and the conditions for access, without assuming any responsibility whatsoever for this.
OPEN does not guarantee the non-existence of interruptions or errors in access to the Platform or its content, nor that this will always be updated. Nevertheless, as soon as it has knowledge of these errors, disconnections or lack of updating in the content, OPEN will carry out all the tasks necessary to correct the errors, re-establish communication and update the content, provided there are no reasons why this would be impossible or difficult to execute.
The protection of your personal data is very important to us. Therefore, we would like to inform you below about how the data from your visit is used and for what purposes. If any questions remain regarding the handling of your personal data, you are welcome to contact us.
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OPEN Foundation is responsible for stimulating academic research into therapeutic applications of psychedelics. OPEN is dedicated to solidifying the professional quality of psychedelic psychotherapy and to ensure its potential is optimized in mental health care. Our aims are to ensure that global advances in psychedelic research contribute to better treatments for mental disorders, and to safeguard the sustainable, responsible and safe integration of psychedelic therapy into mainstream mental health care.
OPEN Foundation (the organization putting on ICPR 2022) is the controller of the data. This means that we have regulated and are responsible for processing and protecting your personal data.
It is possible that we retain some personal data in order to comply with our legal or regulatory obligations, as well as to administer our rights (for example, in order to file claims with courts) or for statistical or historic purposes.
When we no longer need to use your personal data, it will be deleted from our systems and records and will be anonymised so that we can no longer identify it.
Obligation to provide us with your personal data and consequences for not doing so.
The provision of personal data requires a minimum age of 14 years old or, where applicable, having sufficient legal capacity to sign up.
The personal data requested are necessary in order to manage your requests and/or provide you with the services that you may contract. If you do not provide us with your data, we will not be able to correctly tend to your requests or render the services you have solicited.
In all cases, we reserve the right to decide whether your personal data, as well as other information, will be entered into our databases.
We sign contracts with trusted third parties so that they can carry out a variety of business operations on our behalf. We only provide them with the information they need to execute the service that they provide for us, and we demand that they do not use your personal data for any other purpose whatsoever. We always make our best efforts to guarantee that all the third parties with which we work maintain the security of your personal data.
The Personal Data we collect from you may be processed by other entities of the Joint Controllers Group, on legal grounds of legitimate group interest.
Likewise, the Personal Data we collect may be sent to:
Any person may withdraw their consent at any time when this was granted for the processing of their data. Under no circumstances does the withdrawal of this consent condition the execution of the subscription contract or the relations generated prior to this.
He or she may likewise exercise the following rights:
Where and how to request your Rights: Through a written letter sent to the Joint Controllers at its mailing address or email address (indicated in Point 1), stating the reference “Personal Data”, specifying the right wished to be exercised and with respect to which personal data.
For the purpose of safeguarding the security of your personal data, we inform you that we have adopted all technical and organizational measures necessary to guarantee the security of your personal data against its alteration, loss or unauthorised processing or access.
For us to be able to keep your personal data updated, it is important that we always inform you when there has been any modification whatsoever to this data, otherwise we will not be responsible for its veracity.
If you have any issue or query regarding the manner in which we process and use your personal data or wish to execute any of the rights described above, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org