Privacy policy

The Jewish Cultural Quarter aims to safeguard the privacy of visitors to its website as much as possible.

Our policy

To clarify how we handle visitors' personal data, we have drafted this Privacy Statement. The Privacy Statement applies to all pages hosted on

This statement does not apply to websites of other organizations and/or companies for which links may appear on our website. The Jewish Cultural Quarter is also not responsible for the content of third-party websites to which we refer. We do not collect personal data on our websites unless voluntarily provided by you, for example, via email, newsletters, or the webshop. All information you provide is treated by us in a secure and confidential manner.


For sending the newsletter, we use the Mailchimp program. You will receive the newsletter only if you have subscribed. You can unsubscribe from the newsletter at any time. Each newsletter includes a link to unsubscribe. Your data will not be used for purposes other than sending the newsletter. The subscriber list for the newsletter will not be shared with third parties.

Online ticket sales via the website

For the online ticket shop, we collaborate with Prioticket. To process an online ticket purchase properly, certain data is required. The data used for purchasing an admission ticket in the webshop will only be used for the purpose of this purchase. The data will not be used for other purposes.

Security & Hosting

Our websites are developed by Digital Natives in Craft CMS and have the latest security updates. Additionally, the websites are equipped with an SSL security certificate. The website of the Jewish Cultural Quarter is hosted on a secure server accessible only to authorized personnel.


We use a tool called Hotjar. Hotjar is a suite of analytics tools that aid in gathering qualitative data. These tools include heatmaps and funnel tracking. This way, Hotjar provides us with insights into visitor behavior on the website, enabling us to enhance user-friendliness. For more information about how Hotjar uses the collected data, please refer to Hotjar's privacy policy and cookie information.


We use cookies on our website. Cookies are designed to make internet usage easier. A cookie is a small text file that is placed on your computer or other devices (such as smartphones) when you visit a website. This text file stores information. The website can retrieve this information during a subsequent visit. We have placed functional cookies on the platform that are necessary for the technical operation of the platform, to perform requested services, and to ensure proper functionality. Furthermore, for platform optimization, we use analytical cookies that have minimal impact on visitors' privacy.

Some cookies are essential for the proper functioning of the website. Unlike non-functional cookies, these will be placed without your permission. An example is adjusting the language settings.

We achieve this through Google Analytics. We have configured Google Analytics in accordance with the Authority for Personal Data's Privacy-Friendly Google Analytics Setup Guide (PDF), minimizing intrusion on privacy. We have a data processing agreement in place with Google and have opted to mask the last octet of the IP address. We have disabled data sharing, prohibited Google from using the obtained analytics information for other Google services, and do not use other Google services in conjunction with Google Analytics. With your permission we place tracking cookies. Tracking cookies are cookies that allow visitors to be tracked across other websites while browsing. However, because we want to enable information sharing through social media on the website, we have placed social media plugins such as Facebook, LinkedIn, and Twitter. These social media platforms use tracking cookies.

Social media plugin cookies allow a user of social media to share (portions of) web pages through that social media network. Plugins on the platform's websites can use cookies placed and read on a user's PC and devices to enable sharing of pages through a social media network. The plugins are realized through code provided by the respective social media platforms. This code places a cookie, among other things. Read the privacy policies of Facebook, LinkedIn, and Twitter to understand how they process personal data through this code. Furthermore, YouTube videos may be embedded on the platform. YouTube also uses tracking cookies. Refer to YouTube's privacy policy (part of Google) for more information.

Refusing and Deleting Cookies

You can choose to refuse certain cookies or delete them at a later time. You can adjust these settings through your browser's instructions and/or by using the Help function. In this regard, we also refer you to the websites of the Consumers' Association and Your Online Choices. For more information about cookies, we also recommend the Consumers' Association ('What are cookies?' and 'Deleting cookies') and the website

Right of Access and Objection

We want to inform you that you have the right to access your personal data and the right to request correction or deletion of your personal data. If you want to know which personal data we have processed about you, or if you want to modify or delete data, you can contact us. The contact details are provided at the bottom. To prevent abuse, we may ask you to adequately identify yourself. We will address your request within 4 weeks.


We reserve the right to amend this Privacy Statement. Changes will be published on this page of the platform. We advise you to regularly review our Privacy Statement to stay informed about the contents of our most recent privacy statement.

Contact Information:

Jewish Cultural Quarter
Nieuwe Amstelstraat 1
1011PL Amsterdam