WFSF is a UNESCO and UN consultative partner and global NGO with members in over 60 countries. WFSF is a non-profit global NGO governed by a President and Executive Board. We are independent, non-commercial and lead the way in futures research & scholarship.
Our website has the URL: https://wfsf.org/
World Futures Studies Federation (WFSF)
C/O Dr. Erik Ferdinand Øverland
Norwegian VAT-number: 927 003 511
You may contact us on our contact page: https://wfsf.org/contact/
Data Collected to Manage Your Membership
At checkout, we will collect your name, email address, username, and password and other variables connected to your Membership. A full overview of the variables is found on the profile page for your Membership: https://wfsf.org/membership-account/your-profile/
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Rights you have over your data
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