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Privacy Policy

Protecting the privacy and security of your personal information is very important to us. Please read this notice carefully to understand what we do with the personal information we collect both online and offline. The following describes the information we may collect, how we may use it, if we will share it with anyone and how to request the information be removed from our records:


Protection of Information

We use security measures to protect your personal information and to control access to it, including computer safeguards and monitoring, and secured files and buildings to control access.  However, GCA is a small organization and is very aware that protecting on-line donor information is very difficult. Because of this, GCA has contracted with PayPal to process all on-line donations. Anyone who seeks to make an on-line donation to GCA will automatically be directed to PayPal’s site, where you may either log-in if you are a PayPal user, or sign in as a guest. The financial transaction will be handled by PayPal, and the funds will be deposited into GCA’s account by PayPal. While using the PayPal’s website, PayPal’s privacy policy, terms and conditions will apply. Please do not email GCA any sensitive information such as a Social Security, credit card or account numbers.


Use of Website by Children

If a visitor to our website tells us that he or she is under the age of 13, we do not collect any personal information from that person.


Social Media Platforms

GCA uses third-party services such as Facebook, Twitter and YouTube. If you communicate with GCA through any third-party or social media platform, you may be providing third parties access to your personal information, which can be used to distinguish or trace your identity. The privacy policy, terms and conditions of those third-party sites will apply to our communications as GCA has no way to alter those policies.


How Your Information May Be Used

We use your personal information to provide you with personalized service and provide additional information in the future. You may choose to opt out at any time, which will cease all communications from us, except communications required by law such as donor receipts. As a matter of principle, GCA does not use cookies to track visitors to our website.


Email Privacy

GCA does not provide, sell, or rent email addresses to anyone outside of GCA, except that it has an agreement with the Salzburg Global Seminar to share contact information relating to past, present and future participants in Global Citizenship Programs offered by GCA or Salzburg Global Seminar. This sharing of information arises out of the connection between the Seminar’s history and GCA’s future, as well as the current nature of GCA offering its Global Citizenship programs in association with the Salzburg Global Seminar.


External Links

GCA’s website may include links to external websites. These links do not fall under GCA’s authority, and GCA is not responsible for the privacy practices or the content of external websites. GCA does not make any representations or warranties with regard to any external websites, and you use any links and linked websites solely at your own risk.


Questions or Complaints about this Privacy Policy

Please let us know if you have any comments, questions or concerns about this policy by contacting


Changes to this Policy

GCA may amend or revise this policy at any time without notice.

News and Views

Alliance Alumna Gives Commencement Speech at University of Hawai'i

In 2014 Annabelle Le Jeune came to our Program as a participant with a group of 50 Miami Dade College students. Last year, she returned to work with us as an Intern on our student programs. It truly was a pleasure to welcome her back. Here's what she said about her commencement speech:" "It took nearly 24 years, but at the end of 2017 I finally weaved my own story together and shared it in front of thousands of people—something I’ve never done before. I was nervous, I was excited, and most of all, honored. This 7-minute speech was composed of lifelong confusion, challenges, worldly opportunities, and the little things. If you know you know. I’m still overwhelmed by all the feedback, and still so happy to have represented my Fall class of 2017 at UH Manoa."

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"In recent months, as women have spoken out about harassment - at media companies and technology start-ups, in the entertainment industry and on Capital Hill - they have spurred quick action, with accused men toppling from lofty positions, corporations pledging change and lawmakers promising new protections. But much less attention has been focused on the plight of blue-collar workers, like those on Ford's factory floors. After the #MeToo movement opened a global floodgate of accounts of mistreatment, a former Chicago worker proposed a new campaign: "#WhatAboutUs." NY Times