There are some ways to identify permissions inside Confluence:
Global Permissions set you to assign global permissions to groups, individual users and anonymous users. To better clarify it, you could refer to these page:
Also, through the article bellow you can see a page showing how to assing space permissions:
There's a Query to better a search through Space Permissions:
select s.spacename,s.spacekey,p.permtype,p.permgroupname,p.permusername from spacepermissions p inner join spaces s on p.spaceid=s.spaceid;
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