Cookies policy

Cookie Settings

A "cookie" is a small file sent by the ICCR server to the hard drive of your computer (or any mobile device used for browsing on the Internet, such as a smart phone or tablet). A cookie does not identify you directly. It does, however, identify your navigation device.

By continuing to use this site you agree to our use of cookies. To find out more about cookies, how to block them or control their use by configuring your browser, you can visit

For information on how to do this on your mobile phone's browser, you'll need to refer to your handset manual.

Please be aware that restricting cookies may impact on the functionality of this website.


Our use of cookies

The cookie policy is intended to inform you of the characteristics and purposes of the cookies that we use. On its websites, ICCR uses "Cookies" for various reasons. There are two broad but distinct cookie categories: on one hand, there are functional cookies; on the other, there is what we call, “comfort cookies”.

Functional cookies meet technical requirements, and ensure proper and secure connection to the site.
Comfort cookies save your preferences either for statistical purposes, to facilitate, accelerate and optimize your browsing, or to present a supply of goods and/or services.

In this context, cookies provide you with quality use and service during your visit to our websites and, in this way, optimize their use. We also invite you to read our Privacy Policy. It includes the rules that apply to our website with regards to the protection of privacy.

ICCR Website: Cookies are set by this website to track anonymous information on how visitors use our site and confirm they have read the cookie notification

Google Analytics: These third party cookies are saved to your device to allow us to use the Google Analytic service. They collect anonymous information on how visitors use our site. We use these to create website usage reports including the number of visitors, which websites they have come from to get to our site and the pages that were visited.
More information: Google Privacy Policy

YouTube: These third party cookies are saved to your device to allow us to embed YouTube videos
More information: YouTube Privacy Policy