Our cookie policy.


Cookies are small text files that are placed on your computer, mobile or other device by websites that you visit. They are widely used in order to make websites work, or work more efficiently, as well as to provide information to the owners of the site.

Below is a list of first-party and third-party cookies used by this website. Please note, where personal information is used by cookies, we adhere to the principles set out in our Privacy notice.

Essential cookies

These are first-party cookies that are used to ensure the smooth technical operation of the website. For example, these cookies help us to edit the content of the website or to display that content efficiently.

Google Analytics

This website uses Google Analytics, a web analytics service provided by Google, Inc. (“Google”). Google Analytics uses cookies to help us analyse how visitors use the site in the aggregate. It does not collect personally identifiable information, and does not track your movements between different websites. We use the data provided by Google Analytics to improve the usefulness and performance of our website.

The website also uses Google Tag Manager to hosts a variety of ‘event’ triggers for the use of measurement in Google Analytics.


This website includes videos embedded from YouTube (a subsidiary of Google). When viewing pages with embedded video, cookies are set by YouTube.

Read more about Google’s Privacy Controls.


This website uses a Facebook Pixel, a tracking service provided by Facebook Inc. (“Facebook”). This is a piece of code used to track conversions from Facebook ads, build targeted audiences for future ads, and to remarket to qualified leads, i.e. visitors who have already performed an action on our website (e.g. submitting a form). We use the Facebook Pixel to track the effectiveness of our Facebook advertising.

Read more about Facebook cookies.


This website includes embedded feeds served via Twitter Inc. (“Twitter”). We use Twitter for Websites, to provide feeds from the GDST Twitter account and for sharing and follow buttons. Cookies may be used by these services when visitors interact with them.

Read more about Twitter cookies.

Managing cookies

You can choose to disable cookies. To find out to do this for the most popular web browsers, please visit the links below.

Google Chrome


Internet Explorer