Dealing with the challenges of today requires problem-solvers who bring different perspectives and are willing to take risks. Thakuri Samaj UK emerged out of a pursuit to inspire and support the community, and a desire for actions to speak louder than words. Established in 2004, we’re an organization driven by progressive ideas, bold actions, and a strong foundation of support. Contact us to learn more and get involved.
The Thakuries were residing permanently in the UK through various routes; namely professional,
scholars, serving in the HM Forces and others. However, more noticeable movement of Thakuries
was perceived after the UK Government announcement in Sep 2004 and later Mar 2009 . Therefore,
a formal Association of the Thakuries’ in the UK was an absolute requirement. First ever gathering un-officially was organised in Aldershot by the members resided in Hampshire and Berkshire resulting that, the Thakuri Samaj UK (TSUK) was officially formed in 22nd of March 2004.
History is a written word, created objects on series of past events of our ancestors. This requires a preservation by means of records in writing, education, briefing, more importantly by good deeds. The identity of a Thakuri’ are leadership in crisis, honesty, benevolence to impoverished and our soft-spoken language with a modulation. These could be preserved, if we create the condition to our youth to adapt within TSUK for further enhance their ability and credibility. Preserving Thakuries’ ethos within multi-cultural society is not difficult but complex thus requires patient in all TSUK members in various fronts.
TSUK is established to Protect, Preserve and Promote (3Ps) ethos, culture, traditions and history of Thakuries. In order to achieve this, members of the TSUK are keen to develop Key Skills and Experience (KSE) in various professional fields in the UK while upholding sound relationships with local and Nepalese organisations.
Collaborative & Innovative
EDUCATIONAL SUPPORT NEPAL
There is a provision to support high performing students who are marginalised due to their financial status.
Members are encourage to bring forward genuine cases. 2 X Sponsor is awarded on yearly basis.
For more information, please do not hesitate to contact TSUK secretary.
COMMUNITY SUPPORT PROGRAMME
Our motto "with pride and dignity". Our community pride itself for helping others.
Those who are able and willing should volunteer their time & resources for the betterment of the community.
DATA PROTECTION ACT 2018
Your rights, responsibilities and obligations to data protection.
The Data Protection Act gives you the right to know what information is held about you and sets out rules to make sure that this information is handled properly. The Basic Data Protection Act gives individuals the right to know what information is held about them. It provides a framework to ensure that personal information is handled properly. The Act works in two ways. Firstly, it states that anyone who processes personal information must comply with eight principles, which make sure that personal information is:
1. Fairly and lawfully processed.
2. Processed for limited purposes.
3. Adequate, relevant and not excessive.
4. Accurate and up to date.
5. Not kept for longer than is necessary.
6. Processed in line with your rights.
8. Not transferred to other countries without adequate protection.
The second area covered by the Act provides individuals with important rights, including the right to find out what personal information is held on computer and most paper records. Should an individual or organisation feel they're being denied access to personal information they're entitled to, or feel their information has not been handled according to the eight principles, they can contact the Information Commissioner's Office for help. Complaints are usually dealt with informally, but if this isn't possible, enforcement action can be taken.
Data Protection Acts 2018
Notifications Exemptions are possible for the following.
Data controllers who only process personal information for:
• Staff administration (including payroll).
• Advertising, marketing and public relations (in connection with their own business activity).
• Accounts and records.
Some not-for-profit organisations.
Processing personal information or personal, family or household affairs (including recreational purposes). Maintenance of a public register. Processing personal information without an automated system such as a computer. If you are exempt Data controllers who are exempt from notification must still comply with the rest of the Act. Data controllers who are exempt from notification may choose to notify voluntarily.
Data Protection Acts 1998
There is a specific exemption from notification for data controllers that are a body or association not established or conducted for profit, provided that their processing does not fall outside the
descriptions as follows:
As a not-for-profit organisation is all of your processing covered by the following descriptions:
a. Your processing is only for the purposes of establishing or maintaining membership or support for a body or association not established or conducted for profit, or providing or administering activities for individuals who are either members of the body or association or have regular contact with it.
b. Your data subjects are restricted to the processing of those for whom personal information is necessary for this exempt purpose.
c. Your data classes are restricted to personal information that is necessary for this exempt purpose.
d. Your disclosures other than those made with the consent of the data subject are restricted to those third parties that are necessary for this exempt purpose.
e. The personal information is not kept after the relationship between you and the data subject ends unless (and for so long as) it is necessary to do so for the exempt purpose.
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i. Holding the content and making such content available to the Thakurisamajuk.com, consumers and any of our or their agents or subcontractors.
ii. Holding and using the information you submit to us to send you, details of our selected services that we think you will find valuable.
iii. We will not pass your details to any third parties. If you would prefer your information not to be used in that way, please contact us, giving your name and address by email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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