Cookies are used to ensure the proper functioning of the website. These files are used by the majority of other websites.


A cookie is a small text file stored on the hard drive of your computer, mobile phone, tablet or other device from which you browse a website and without which we cannot provide you the conditions necessary for you to use all the offered functional possibilities. Every time you visit the website, the IP address of your device, information about your web browser, operating system, country, language, and browsing time will be recorded on the website’s maintenance server.


Cookies are used to remember:

  • Your screen settings, such as display colour contrast or text size;
  • If you have already answered the survey question about whether the content of the site was useful to you (so you do not have to see this question anymore);
  • If you have already agreed (or disagreed) to the use of cookies on this website.

Cookies are used solely for the purpose specified herein.

Cookies store only information that cannot be identified separately. These cookies only identify your device; they do not reveal your identity.

When you visit the website, you will be presented with a pop-up message informing you that cookies are used on this website. By continuing to browse the website or by clicking on the “I Agree” button, you provide your consent to the use of cookies, and confirm that you have read the information about the purpose for the use of cookies. Cookies will be stored on your computer for as long as they expire or until you delete them.


You can restrict and delete cookies in any web browser’s security settings. Read more about it here: ABOUTCOOKIES.ORG.

However, it should be noted that if you refuse to use the cookies that are necessary for the functional use of the website, the full use of the website may not be possible.

If you do not want the cookies to be used, you can change or turn off this feature at any time in your Internet browser. Please note that changes to the security settings must be performed for each browser individually and the setting methods may vary. However, keep in mind that if you do not accept or turn off the cookies, the functionality of some websites may be lost. Disabling cookies or their categories does not delete them from your browser; you will have to do it yourself within your browser.

You can delete all cookies that are on your computer and most browsers can be set up to block cookies on your computer. However, in that case, you will need to adjust some settings manually whenever you visit a website, and maybe some services and features will not work.


While security measures are taken to protect the privacy and confidentiality of personal data, we do not guarantee that the information transmitted over the Internet will not be affected by delays, interruptions, unauthorised interception by third parties, or errors.


By completing this questionnaire and sending the information, I confirm that I agree that my personal data (NAME AND E‑MAIL) will be processed on the website. Data manager: Martins Bunkus Justice Foundation, address: 12-5 Alberta Street, Riga, LV-1010, Latvia.