Privacy policy

Version 1.1 - November 3, 2021

Protection of personal data

The Flemish provinces are responsible for the management of In addition, there are also partners who contribute content to this website. All parties that work on attach great importance to the protection of your privacy and process your personal data with the necessary care.

Personal data is data that allows us to identify you as a person, regardless of whether we actually do this or not.

All information on our website is available to you without the need for you to provide personal data.

The personal data that you provide via the website in the context of a specific activity or service (e.g. the contact form) is carefully processed. Below is a description of how we handle personal data.

This privacy statement sets out the general policy on data processing and protection of:

Provincie Vlaams-Brabant
Provincieplein 1
3010 Leuven

Provincie Oost-Vlaanderen
Gouvernementstraat 1
9000 Gent

Provincie West-Vlaanderen
Jan Van Eycklaan 2
8000 Brugge

Provincie Limburg
Universiteitslaan 1
3500 Hasselt

Provincie Antwerpen
Desguinlei 100
2018 Antwerpen

The partners who contribute content to this website process data insofar as this data concerns them, for example in function of a question that is intended for their services. You will find contact details of all partners at at the bottom of the homepage

Processing of Personal Data

The personal data that you provide via this website is processed by the 5 Flemish provinces and their intrinsic partners, in accordance with the provisions of the European General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) of 27 April 2016.

We only process personal data for the purpose for which they are collected and only for as long as this is necessary.

On our website, personal data is collected via the contact form, and sporadically via a form on a specific page (e.g. registering for an info session).

We request your name and e-mail address so that we can answer your question or confirm your registration. You can also provide a telephone number, but this is not mandatory. This may be useful if you are asking a very specific question that is easier to discuss by phone.

Your data will only be used to answer your question or to register and confirm your registration. Under no circumstances will your data be used for other applications. They are also not saved for any future use. The data will also be permanently removed from our database within a maximum of one year after receipt.

We will never share your data with third parties, unless this is necessary to achieve the objectives of the processing, we are legally obliged to do so, or they are requested in the context of a judicial investigation.

If you prefer not to ask a question via the website, you can also send an e-mail from your own e-mail program to

Your Rights

You have the right to inspect, improve, supplement, delete and protect your personal data in accordance with the provisions of the Personal Data Protection Act. If you want to invoke one of these rights, you can contact us via or via the contact page on this website.


This privacy statement is subject to change. It is therefore advisable to review this privacy statement regularly.