Preliminary Considerations

A user is understood to be anyone who browses the website, hereinafter simply referred to as the website.

An editor is understood to be the owner of the website, who is Associació Pont per la Pau and is identified in the legal notice.

The cookies used in the user’s browser have been installed with their authorization. If at any time you wish to revoke this authorization, you can do so without any obstacles. To do this, you can refer to the section on Disabling or Deleting Cookies, which is described in these policies.

The Editor is free to make any changes they deem appropriate to the website. They may add sections, functionalities, or any elements that may generate the use of new cookies. Therefore, it is advisable for the user to check this cookie policy every time they access the website to stay updated on any changes that may have occurred since their last visit.


Definition and Function of Cookies

Cookies are pieces of information stored in the user’s browser when visiting a website, allowing the website to access previous activity and remember certain data for a future visit. They may also be referred to as web beacons, pixels, bugs, trackers, but for the purposes of these policies, they will be understood solely as cookies.

Cookies typically store technical data, usage statistics, profile personalization, links to social networks, personal preference management, among other functions, to adapt the website to the user’s needs and configurations, thereby improving the browsing experience. Not accepting cookies could hinder the service that the website aims to provide.

Cookies are not virus files, spam, trojans, worms, spyware, or advertising programming, whether static on the page or in pop-up format. The stored information relates to the browser (Internet Explorer, Safari, Chrome, Firefox, etc.) and not to the user. To confirm this, you can visit the same website domain and verify in two different browsers that you can configure different preferences in each one.

Types of Cookies According to the Entity That Manages Them:

– First-party cookies: Managed by the website’s owner. They are sent to the user’s terminal equipment from a computer or domain managed by the website’s owner, and they provide the service requested by the user.

– Third-party cookies: Managed by a different individual or legal entity than the website’s owner.

This website uses both first-party and third-party cookies.


Types of Cookies According to Their Purpose

Depending on their function, cookies can be categorized as follows:


  1. Technical Cookies: These allow the operational management of the website, enabling users to navigate it without issues. They can help control traffic and data communication, identify sessions, access restricted areas, remember elements of an order, complete the purchase process of a product or service, manage payments, prevent fraud, submit registration or participation requests for events, use security elements during browsing, store content for video or audio streaming, enable dynamic content (e.g., loading animation for text or images), or share content via social networks, among many other functions.
  2. Preference or Personalization Cookies: These cookies remember information to provide users with a personalized browsing experience. For example, they can remember language preferences, the number of search results to display, the appearance or content of the website based on the user’s browser type, background colours used, profile images, and more.
  3. Analysis or Measurement Cookies: These cookies track and analyse user behaviour on the website and on other websites owned by the cookie manager. They can provide insights into factors like the time users spend on a particular page, peak traffic hours, and more.
  4. Behavioural Advertising Cookies: These cookies store information about user behaviour obtained through continuous observation of their browsing habits. This enables the creation of specific user profiles for displaying targeted advertising. The goal is to show relevant and appealing ads to the user.
  5. Advertising Cookies: These cookies efficiently manage the advertising spaces on the website based on criteria such as edited content or the frequency of ad displays.


This website uses technical, preference/personalization, and analysis cookies. Some cookies may serve multiple functions simultaneously.


Types of Cookies According to Their Duration:

Based on the length of time they remain active on the user’s terminal equipment; cookies can be categorized as follows:


  1. Session Cookies: These are cookies designed to collect and store data while the user accesses a web page. They are typically used to store information that is only relevant for the provision of the requested service during a single session and disappear at the end of the session. For example, a list of selected products, a specific set of photographs, etc.
  2. Persistent Cookies: These are cookies in which data remains stored on the terminal and can be accessed and processed for a period defined by the entity responsible for the cookie. This period can range from a few minutes to several years.


Consequences of Disabling Cookies

As an example, the possible effects of not allowing the use of cookies may include:


– Products selected in the store will not load, preventing the creation of a shopping cart and the possibility of completing the purchase of desired products.

– You will not be able to access the customer area, personal area, or any area that requires confirmation.

– Data necessary for analyzing the website will not be collected, preventing the website owner from knowing how to improve.

– You will not be able to share website content on social networks such as Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and others.

– You will not be able to leave comments on the blog.

– You will not be able to use any social networks, as they all use cookies to provide their services.

– Third-party advertising will not be displayed, reducing revenue for those who use this advertising model.

– In certain website domains, your browsing may be considered spam due to being unable to be identified.

– Various other potential consequences. This list is merely illustrative, not exhaustive.


If the user has deleted cookies and wishes to browse this website again, they will need to accept cookies once more. This website uses the following cookies: technical, preference/personalization, analysis, and behavioral advertising. We use the GDPR Cookie Compliance plugin, which activates the moove_gdpr_popup cookie for a limited time to store the user’s consent intention regarding the installation of cookies. This cookie is necessary for the proper functioning of the website.


Below, we provide details of the cookies used by this website. However, due to technical limitations that may arise, it is not possible to display the exact cookies used by third parties. Nevertheless, every effort has been made to provide users with all the necessary information.








Stores the user’s cookie consent state for the current domain.

30 days



Registers a unique ID that is used to generate statistical data on how the visitor uses the website.

30 days



Used by Google Analytics to control request rate.




Registers a unique ID that is used to generate statistical data on how the visitor uses the website.




Registers data on visitor behavior on the website. This is used for internal analysis and website optimization.




It is used to send data to Google Analytics about the visitor’s device and behavior. Tracks the visitor across devices and marketing channels.




This cookie is used to send data to Google Analytics about the visitor’s device and behavior. It tracks the visitor across devices and marketing channels.




Disabling or Deleting Cookies

At any time, the user has the right to refuse cookies and can, therefore, disable or delete them, except for those that are necessary for the website’s operation.

The user can delete and/or block cookies for all browsing sessions or for a specific website domain. This configuration should be done in each browser. If you do it in one browser and not in others on the same device, it will be assumed that you accept the use of cookies in the others. The Editor cannot perform this action on behalf of the user; they must do it responsibly and individually in each browser and/or device as desired.

Since each browser has different settings, the user should refer to the help section of each one for specific instructions. The following instructions are for commonly used browsers but may vary due to browser or operating system updates. Users should always consult the user manuals for their browser, as this guide is purely indicative.

– Chrome: Go to Menu – Settings (on Mac: Preferences) – Advanced Settings – Privacy – Choose whether to configure cookies or delete existing cookies. For more information, visit Chrome’s help: [Chrome Help](

– Internet Explorer: Go to Tools – Internet Options – Privacy – Privacy – Settings – Advanced Options. Configure as desired. For more information, visit the browser’s help section: [Internet Explorer Help](

– Firefox: Go to Menu – Preferences – Privacy – Show Cookies – Configure as desired. For more information, visit the browser’s help section: [Firefox Help](

– Safari: Safari – Preferences – Privacy – Configure as desired. For more information, visit Apple’s help: [Safari Help](


Cookie-related Notices

The Editor is not responsible for any technical issues that the user may encounter on the website or in their browser due to incorrect manipulation of disabling or deleting cookies. The user should always verify the information regarding the disabling or deletion of cookies in the help section of their respective browser. The user assumes responsibility for deleting or disabling cookies in their browser and therefore assumes the consequences that may arise from this action.


At any time, the user can contact the Editor via email at