About Cookies

We use cookies to give you a good experience when you visit our website.

We collect anonymous information about your browsing behaviour when you visit our website, through the use of cookies. By using our website, you agree that we can place the types of cookies set out below on your computer, mobile phone or handheld device.

A cookie is a small text file that is added to the hard drive of your computer, smartphone or other IT equipment. It makes it possible to recognise your computer / IP address and collect information about the pages you visit.

Most browsers are set to accept cookies automatically, but you can choose to change settings so cookies are not accepted. Please note that some pages will not work optimally if you do not accept cookies.

We use cookies to provide you with a better experience as a user of our website, to improve the content and features of the website, and to remember the choices you make when you visit us online, such as what content you are reading. We also use cookies to target our marketing to suit your needs and to create statistics about using the website. Some cookies are stored until you close the browser, others are stored longer than this. The cookies do not contain personal information.

We use cookies from third parties. A third-party cookie is a cookie installed by someone other than NRC. This may be other websites that provide content for our website, suppliers of any of our features on the website or analysis programs.

We use the following third-party cookies:

Google Tag Manager is used to organize and manage scripts running on our websites. Google Analytics is used to record and analyse visit statistics on our websites. For instance, it gathers data about the pages visitors view, the timing of their visits, the browsers and devices they use, as well as events such as registration of regular donors and one-time donations. We use this information to increase user-friendliness and to further develop engaging content. You can read the Google Privacy Statement here.

We use Meta Pixel to track and improve our marketing campaigns on Facebook and Instagram. Read more about Meta’s cookie policy.

We use the Hotjar's analysis tool to analyse usage patterns on our websites. Read Hotjar's privacy statement.

More about cookies
Here you will find more information about what cookies are and how to manage them: https://cookiesandyou.com/.

Please read NRCs Privacy policy here.