Protection of Personal Data is of great importance for the Space Generation Advisory Council, we strive to ensure a high level of protection as required by the  EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). SGAC implements appropriate measures to preserve the rights of data subjects, to ensure the processing of personal data for specified and legitimate purposes, in a not excessive manner, as necessary for the purposes for which the personal data were collected or for which they are further processed, in conditions protecting confidentiality, integrity and safety of personal data and generally to implement the principles set forth in the GDPR framework. 

SGAC also values the diversity of views, expertise, opinions, backgrounds, and experiences reflected among SGAC members and the broader community, and is committed to providing a safe, productive and welcoming environment for all volunteers of SGAC. SGAC events can serve as an effective forum to consider and debate space-relevant viewpoints in an orderly, respectful, and fair manner. The SGAC Code of Conduct and Harassment Policy are important to promoting diversity and creating an inclusive, supportive, safe and collaborative environment for all our members. 

While being a member of the Space Generation Advisory Council (SGAC), you may find yourself in a situation where you are attending a conference, writing an email, or speaking at an event. In all of these situations, you might want to participate on behalf of or represent SGAC. There are rules for this which are found in Appendix D of the SGAC Bylaws of the Representation Policy.

Finally, the website of the SGAC presents news, information and the latest information on SGAC activities to a broad spectrum of people interested in space and space activities. The website offers the general public the possibility to learn all about SGAC and our activities. Access to, and use of, the SGAC website constitutes acceptance of the SGAC general terms and conditions.

10 Principles of SGAC