1. What are cookies

Cookies are small text files, saved from the browser on the hard disk of PC or other device of the user. There are two types of cookies – permanent and session cookies. The permanent cookies allow recognition of the user as an existing to the platform UNIDO user and this way login is not necessary in the next visit of the site. Session cookies are saved temporarily on the pc or device upon visiting the platform and disappear at the end of the visit.

The cookies which UNIDO uses do not save personal data.

2. What does UNIDO use cookies for?

UNIDO uses cookies to recognise users, when they visit the platform. When a user fills in the platform his or her login information cookies help to display the right information as per the settings of the user’s profile.

UNIDO uses cookies to ensure the platform’s services security.

UNIDO uses cookies to remember the preferences of the user when using the platform so it is not necessary to enter them again. For example - after choosing a language in which the menus are displayed in the navigation of the platform, through cookies, this choice is saved.

UNIDO uses cookies for statistical and analytical purposes. They allow us to receive information for the way users use the platform. This information may include: most popular pages of the platform, pageviews, number of clicks, number of content sharing, number of page and content likes. UNIDO gathers information for the devices accessing the platform: type of device (e.g. – smartphone, tablet, pc), operation system (e.g. - Android, iOS), internet browser, language preferences of the browser, etc.

UNIDO uses cookies in order to show and measure ads. Cookies could be also used to analyze the behavior of users after an ad has been seen on the platform.

3. Third parties’ cookies

UNIDO uses third parties’ cookies as part of its services. These cookies are managed by sites and services which UNIDO uses and over which we have no control. The third party cookies and services UNIDO uses are:

3.1. Google Analytics – allows reporting and analyzing of the platform use. You can find more about the way Google analytics uses cookies and how a user can control the information which is being sent to Google on this link:

3.2. DoubleClick for Publishers – allows management, reporting and analyzing of ads in the platform. You can find more about the way DoubleClick for Publishers uses cookies on this link:

3.3. – allows reporting and analyzing of the platform use. You can find more about the way uses cookies on this link:

3.4. Facebook analytics – allows reporting and analyzing of the platform use. You can find more information on the way Facebook uses cookies on this link:

4. How a user can delete cookies?

Users can control saving cookies on their devices through configuring the settings of the internet browser not to save cookies on any device. Cookies could be deleted at any time. Using UNIDO in private mode also blocks the saving of cookies.

More on cookies including on what cookies are saved on any device and their management and/or deletion could be read on the following links: ,

5. Changes

From time to time we may change/update this Cookie Policy and/or our Terms and Conditions and Privacy Policy. If we make any changes, we will provide notice through our Services and/or by other means, so we can provide you the opportunity to review the changes before they become effective. If you continue to use our Services after the notice period has passed and the changes have taken effect this means that you are consenting to the changed/updated Terms and Conditions, Privacy Policy, Cookie Policy.