Our Cookie Policy

Our website makes use of cookies in order to give you the best browsing experience, to tell us how many people visit our site and which pages are visited most, etc, and to allow you to share content from our site through social media. Research to Action does not use data from these cookies for targeted advertising and they cannot be used to identify you personally.

By browsing the Research to Action website, you are accepting the cookies mentioned below plus any others deemed essential for the best user experience. You can manage cookies through your web browser; however, if you decline or delete cookies, areas of the site may not function properly or may behave unexpectedly. To find out more about cookie or to learn how to remove them from your device, please visit the AboutCookies.org website.

The cookies you may encounter while using our website are:

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These cookies are set by Google Analytics, and tell us how many people visit the website, how they arrived at the site, what pages they visit, what web browsers they are using to view pages etc. They cannot identify you personally. More information can be found within the Google Analytics privacy page.

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These cookies are used by the AddThis service to allow you to share our website’s content through social media services like Twitter and Facebook. More information can be found within the AddThis privacy page.

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To enable you to comment on our blog posts, we use a service called Disqus. These cookies are used by Disqus, for example, to remember if and when you’ve logged-in to comment. For full details on how Disqus creates cookies and how they use data captured by them can be found in their privacy policy.