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British Council Race Relations 4




British Council Race Relations 4


From: derrick_lynch@hotmail.co.uk
To: foienquiriesadmin@britishcouncil.org; fiona.bartels-ellis@britishcouncil.org
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Subject: RE: British Council Race Relations - Request (FOI/2015/44)
Date: Wed, 1 Jul 2015 11:16:44 +0100








Dear Lyndsey Keogh | Information Policy Advisor: FOI | Information Security & Governance, British Council,


Thank you for your reply.


You wrote:
"British Council use the same race categories that are recommended for use by the Office for National Statistics (ONS) when collecting data on ethnic groups. This information is publically available on the ONS website. We have provided a link below.



http://www.ons.gov.uk/ons/guide-method/measuring-equality/equality/ethnic-nat-identity-religion/ethnic-group/index.html"




I was only able to find "ethnic group" information on the link you provided.




1. Where exactly are the Race categories that the British Council use?

2. What are the Race categories that the British Council use?

3. How many Races are in the Race categories that the British Council use?

4. Where are the reports about the Race categories that the British Council use?

5. Can you please list the Races in the Race categories that the British Council use?




I look forward to your reply on these deadly serious issues.



King regards



Derrick Lynch, Black, IC3, B9, BEUR















From: FOIenquiriesadmin@britishcouncil.org
To: derrick_lynch@hotmail.co.uk
Subject: RE: British Council Race Relations - Request (FOI/2015/44)
Date: Mon, 29 Jun 2015 14:32:44 +0000




Case Reference: FOI/2015/44





29 June 2015





Dear Mr. Lynch



Thank you for your request for information dated 16 June 2015 concerning race relations with British Council. Your request has been handled under the terms of the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) 2000 and has been passed to me for reply.



I am unable to treat this request as an FOI Internal Review. This is because you have requested new information; separate to the information included in your previous request (FOI/2015/35). The FOI Internal Review process can only be used if an applicant is dissatisfied with the response to their request, once it has been issued.



Referring specifically to your new request (FOI/2015/44) I can confirm, under section 1 (1) (a) of the FOIA, that the British Council does hold some, but not all, of the information you have requested.



For your ease of reference, I have restated your questions below in bold.



1. Are you, Fiona Bartels-Ellis, a White Woman? Yes or No?

2. Are you, Fiona Bartels-Ellis, a Racist? Yes or No?

3. Are you, Fiona Bartels-Ellis, responsible for Race Relations/Equality at the British Council? Yes or No?

4. Does the British Council accept the possibility that the British Council has a problem with Racism? Yes or No?

5. Does the British Council accept the possibility that the British Council has Racial problems at "top management levels". Yes or No?

6. Does the British Council accept the possibility that the British Council has failed to have ‘due regard’ for the 'protected characteristic' of Race as the Public Sector Equality Duty (Equality Act 2010) requires? Yes or No?

7. Which Races does the British Council recognise if they are different from the ones listed in the Police Racial Codes?



Please note that questions 2, 4, 5 and 6 fall outside the scope of the Freedom of Information Act. The Freedom of Information Act provides access to recorded information but these questions are for British Council’s views and therefore will not be processed further.



The remaining questions (1, 3 and 7) are addressed below.



1. Are you, Fiona Bartels-Ellis, a White Woman? Yes or No?



We are withholding this information since the exemption, under section 40(2) (Personal information), applies to it.



Section 40(2) provides that information relating to third parties is exempt information if one of the conditions set out in section 40(3) is satisfied. Under the FOIA disclosure of this information would breach the fair processing principle contained in the Data Protection Act (DPA), where it would be unfair to that person or if it is confidential.



The race or ethnic origin of a data subject is consider to be ‘sensitive personal data’ as defined under section 2(a) of the Data Protection Act therefore it would not be fair to disclose.



Section 40 is an absolute exemption therefore is not subject to the public interest test.





3. Are you, Fiona Bartels-Ellis, responsible for Race Relations/Equality at the British Council? Yes or No?



Yes. For your convenience we have provided you with a link to the ‘Who we are’ page under Equality, Diversity and Inclusion on British Council’s website.



http://www.britishcouncil.org/organisation/how-we-work/equality-diversity-inclusion/who-we-are





7. Which Races does the British Council recognise if they are different from the ones listed in the Police Racial Codes?



British Council use the same race categories that are recommended for use by the Office for National Statistics (ONS) when collecting data on ethnic groups. This information is publically available on the ONS website. We have provided a link below.



http://www.ons.gov.uk/ons/guide-method/measuring-equality/equality/ethnic-nat-identity-religion/ethnic-group/index.html



If you are dissatisfied with the handling of your request, you have the right to ask for an internal review. Internal review requests should be submitted within two months of the date of receipt of the response to your original letter and should be addressed to:



Freedom of Information Officer

Information Security and Governance

British Council

Bridgewater House

58 Whitworth Street

Manchester

M1 6BB

Email: foi@britishcouncil.org





If you are not content with the outcome of the internal review, you have a right to appeal to the Information Commissioner for a decision at:



The Information Commissioner’s Office

Wycliffe House

Water Lane

Wilmslow

Cheshire

SK9 5AF



Phone: 0303 123 1113

Website: www.ico.gov.uk





Yours sincerely





Lyndsey Keogh | Information Policy Advisor: FOI | Information Security & Governance



www.britishcouncil.org | www.britishcouncil.org/freedom-of-information










From: FOI enquiries admin
Sent: 25 June 2015 16:25
To: derrick_lynch@hotmail.co.uk
Subject: FW: British Council Race Relations - Request (FOI/2015/43)



Ref No: FOI/2015/43



25 June 2015





Dear Mr. Lynch



Thank you for your email, dated and received on 16 June 2015, to the British Council.



Please note that your request is being dealt with under the terms of the Freedom of Information Act 2000 and will be answered within 20 working days (from the received date).



If you have any further queries about this request please do not hesitate to contact me. Please remember to quote the reference number above in any future communications.



Yours Sincerely,





Lyndsey Keogh | Information Policy Advisor: FOI | Global Information Services



http://www.britishcouncil.org/organisation/how-we-work/freedom-of-information








From: Derrick Lynch [mailto:derrick_lynch@hotmail.co.uk]
Sent: 16 June 2015 10:39
To: Bartels-Ellis, Fiona (CA)
Cc: black.national.party@gmail.com; selma@liftfestival.com; info@irr.org.uk; george.ruddock@gvmedia.co.uk; omar@runnymedetrust.org; toyin@ligali.org; everton_young@yahoo.co.uk; mail@davidlammy.co.uk; lammyd@parliament.uk; james.nazroo@manchester.ac.uk; williamssb@parliament.uk; sgrover@tmg-uk.org; sscott@tmg-uk.org; diversityunity2@gmail.com;alansharp37@hotmail.com; david@davidrose.com; patrickvernon@btconnect.com; info@hiphopshakespeare.com; editorial@thejc.com; cgriffiths@25bedfordrow.com; rrandall@25bedfordrow.com; mstevenson@25bedfordrow.com; estuartsmith@25bedfordrow.com; lcapsv@gmail.com; dellis@25bedfordrow.com; info@obv.org.uk; uctynat@ucl.ac.uk; guardian.letters@theguardian.com; letters@thetimes.co.uk; home.news@thetimes.co.uk; hugh.muir@theguardian.com; yourlondon@bbc.co.uk; londonnews@bbc.co.uk;finnhagan@yahoo.co.uk; terminator.24@gmail.com; paolo_bf@hotmail.com; wizdomartist@gmail.com; thespeakersclub@aol.co.uk; roadtojusticesw@gmail.com
Subject: RE: British Council Race Relations - Internal Review Request (FOI/2015/35)










Dear Fiona Bartels-Ellis (Head of Equality, Diversity and Inclusion), British Council,





Thank you very much for your reply.





You have asked me a number of important questions that definitely need answering. I am happy to answer the questions you have asked in detail once I know who you are and what you stand for. Hopefully we can come to some agreement on a summary of the situation with this inquiry to date. Your response will enable me to make an appropriately informed response.





You, Fiona Bartels-Ellis, could be a White Supremacist. There is no way for me to know whether you, Fiona Bartels-Ellis, are a White Supremacist unless I ask you and observe your response. I cannot afford to take the risk of assuming that you, Fiona Bartels-Ellis, are not a Racist. That is why I must ask and observe your response. It is very relevant to know if you, Fiona Bartels-Ellis, are a Racist when making an inquiry about Race Relations in the British Council and the way Race Relations impacts the management of the people in the British Council and the people that the British Council impacts. Can you understand that?





I am Derrick Lynch, a Black, Male, IC3, B9, BEUR (Race and Ethnicity Codes). I am a victim of Racism.





1. Are you, Fiona Bartels-Ellis, a White Woman? Yes or No?


2. Are you, Fiona Bartels-Ellis, a Racist? Yes or No?


3. Are you, Fiona Bartels-Ellis, responsible for Race Relations/Equality at the British Council? Yes or No?





The British Council





4. Does the British Council accept the possibility that the British Council has a problem with Racism? Yes or No?


5. Does the British Council accept the possibility that the British Council has Racial problems at "top management levels". Yes or No?


6. Does the British Council accept the possibility that the British Council has failed to have ‘due regard’ for the 'protected characteristic' of Race as the Public Sector Equality Duty (Equality Act 2010) requires? Yes or No?


7. Which Races does the British Council recognise if they are different from the ones listed in the Police Racial Codes?





You may find that there are other questions you might like to ask me, to help clarify the Racial situation at the British Council, to which I would only be too happy to address for a small fee. This inquiry should be seen as a great opportunity to identify and humble any White Supremacist pride at the British Council.





Please process this request for information as an Internal Review.



I look forward to your reply on these deadly serious issues.



King regards



Derrick Lynch, Black, IC3, B9, BEUR










From: Fiona.Bartels-Ellis@britishcouncil.org
To: derrick_lynch@hotmail.co.uk
Subject: British Council Race Relations - Freedom of Information Act Request (FOI/2015/35)
Date: Mon, 15 Jun 2015 16:15:35 +0000


Dear Mr Derrick Lynch



Thank-you for your email enquiry in which you raise your perception of problems with Equality, Diversity and Inclusion at the British Council.



I note, having read through the correspondence as you ask, that in response to the information supplied you stated “I am concerned that the British Council has a very serious problem with Race Relations and that Black people are being abused in the British Council.” Could you tell me why you have these concerns please? Your response will enable me to make an appropriately informed response.



You also stated “I fail to see how the British Council can have “due regard” for Race relations without having any Racial data.” We do have data as indicated at point 3 of our response and also at point 3 of our response we confirm that equality screen and impact assess our policies. These are our ‘high relevance to equality’ policies. We take other actions too alongside these important actions.



You raise a concern about “the management of European Race Relations and not about Ethnicity Relations or Diversity Relations” and you have concerns about your perception that “no effort is being made to achieve European Race Equality.” Again, could you tell me why you have these concerns and the nature of them so that I can make an informed response?



You make reference to ‘Race not to be confused with Ethnicity’. I am not sure why, in the context of your enquiry and the ‘defined ethnicity codes’ you attach, as well as other material you refer to what your perception of ‘confusion’ is. Could you please clarify for me?



I look forward to hearing from you Mr Lynch.



Regards



Fiona




From: Derrick Lynch [mailto:derrick_lynch@hotmail.co.uk]
Sent: 12 June 2015 14:58
To: Bartels-Ellis, Fiona (CA); FOI enquiries admin; roadtojusticesw@gmail.com
Cc: black.national.party@gmail.com; selma@liftfestival.com; info@irr.org.uk; george.ruddock@gvmedia.co.uk; omar@runnymedetrust.org; toyin@ligali.org; everton_young@yahoo.co.uk; mail@davidlammy.co.uk; lammyd@parliament.uk; james.nazroo@manchester.ac.uk; williamssb@parliament.uk; sgrover@tmg-uk.org; sscott@tmg-uk.org; diversityunity2@gmail.com;alansharp37@hotmail.com; david@davidrose.com; patrickvernon@btconnect.com; info@hiphopshakespeare.com; editorial@thejc.com; cgriffiths@25bedfordrow.com; rrandall@25bedfordrow.com; mstevenson@25bedfordrow.com; estuartsmith@25bedfordrow.com; lcapsv@gmail.com; dellis@25bedfordrow.com; info@obv.org.uk; uctynat@ucl.ac.uk; guardian.letters@theguardian.com; letters@thetimes.co.uk; home.news@thetimes.co.uk; hugh.muir@theguardian.com; yourlondon@bbc.co.uk; londonnews@bbc.co.uk
Subject: RE: British Council Race Relations - Freedom of Information Act Request (FOI/2015/35)




Dear Fiona Bartels- Ellis (Head of Equality, Diversity and Inclusion), British Council,





Lyndsey Keogh | Information Policy Advisor: FOI has asked me to contact you directly.





I have attached copies of correspondence with Lyndsey Keogh | Information Policy Advisor below.





Please could you let me know what is going on as there appears to be problems with Equality, Diversity and Inclusion in the British Council. It appears that the British Council is failing to have "due regard" as the Public Sector Equality Duty (Equality Act 2010) requires.





Please could you read through the correspondence and clarify the situation for me.





Kind regards





Derrick Lynch, IC3, B9, BEUR










From: FOIenquiriesadmin@britishcouncil.org
To: derrick_lynch@hotmail.co.uk
Subject: RE: British Council Race Relations - Freedom of Information Act Request (FOI/2015/35)
Date: Fri, 12 Jun 2015 13:10:58 +0000


Dear Mr. Lynch



Thank you for your email.



The relevant person is Fiona Bartels- Ellis (Head of Equality, Diversity and Inclusion) and her email address is Fiona.Bartels-Ellis@britishcouncil.org



Please get in touch with her directly.



Kind regards,





Lyndsey Keogh | Information Policy Advisor: FOI | Global Information Services



http://www.britishcouncil.org/organisation/how-we-work/freedom-of-information








From: Derrick Lynch [mailto:derrick_lynch@hotmail.co.uk]
Sent: 02 June 2015 16:14
To: FOI enquiries admin
Cc: info@irr.org.uk; george.ruddock@gvmedia.co.uk; omar@runnymedetrust.org
Subject: British Council Race Relations - Freedom of Information Act Request (FOI/2015/35)




Dear Lyndsey Keogh | Information Policy Advisor: FOI | Information Security & Governance,





Thank you for your reply.





You wrote:


"We do not have a distinct Race Relations Policy."





"As we do not have a separate policy there is no related report."





"However we are not doing as well as we would wish at top management levels in particular. "






I am concerned that the British Council has a very serious problem with Race Relations and that Black people are being abused in the British Council.











You wrote:


"We equality screen and impact assess our policies to support race equality and promote good race relations alongside other actions."






I fail to see how the British Council can have "due regard" for Race Relations without having any Racial data.



Please would you let me have the email address of the person responsible for Race Relations so that they can provide a full explanation for this apparent failure to have "due regard" for Race Relations in the British Council.




________________________________________________________________






The Public Sector Equality Duty (Equality Act 2010) requires public authorities to have ‘due regard’ to the need to:

1. Eliminate discrimination, harassment and victimisation and any other conduct that is prohibited by or under the Act.

2. Advance equality of opportunity between people who share a relevant protected characteristic and people who do not share it.

3. Foster good relations between people who share a relevant protected characteristic and those who do not share it.



I am concerned about the management of European Race Relations and not about Ethnicity Relations or Diversity Relations.



Race a Protected Characteristic

As you probably know Race is one of the "Protected Characteristics" in the Equality Act 2010.

Refers to the protected characteristic of Race. It refers to a group of people defined by their race, colour, and nationality (including citizenship) ethnic or national origins.

Note 1: http://www.equalityhumanrights.com/private-and-public-sector-guidance/guidance-all/protected-characteristics



Race as defined by the British Police


Code

Ethnicity


IC1

White - North European / White European


IC2

White - South European / Dark European


IC3

Black


IC4

Asian (in the UK Asian refers to people from the Indian subcontinent like India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Nepal)


IC5

Chinese, Japanese, or other South East Asian


IC6

Arabic or North African / Middle Eastern


IC9

Unknown




Note 2: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/IC_codes#cite_note-mpabriefing-2

Please follow these links to understand the Official British Government codification of the differences between Race and Ethnicity.

Source:http://policeauthority.org/metropolitan/publications/briefings/2007/0703/index.html

Source: http://century.guardian.co.uk/1970-1979/Story/0,6051,106880,00.html



Race not to be confused with Ethnicity

I have given the link to the Ethnicity Data Standard as specified by the Information Standards Board to make it clear that I am not asking for Ethnicity information.

Source: http://www.education.gov.uk/escs-isb/standardslibrary/a0077051/ethnicity-data-standard

Failure to manage Race Relations effectively results in the failure to address the problem of Racism.



________________________________________________________________



My Race Relations query



Is there any evidence that the British Council is having “due regard” for Race Relations in recording and monitoring Race Relations between the IC1 White Northern European Race and the IC2 Dark Southern European Race as required by the Public Sector Equality Duty (Equality Act 2010).

_________________________________________________________________



It is very clear that the Police recognise the Racial difference between the IC1 White North European and the IC2 Dark South European Races and record and use this data for legal purposes.



I am very concerned that no effort is being made to achieve European Race Equality.



King regards



Derrick Lynch, Black, IC3, B9, BEUR























From: FOIenquiriesadmin@britishcouncil.org
To: derrick_lynch@hotmail.co.uk
Subject: RE: Freedom of Information Act Request (FOI/2015/35)
Date: Tue, 2 Jun 2015 09:01:47 +0000


Case Reference: FOI/2015/35





2 June 2015





Dear Mr Lynch



Thank you for your request for information dated 10 May 2015 concerning race relations. Your request has been handled under the terms of the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) 2000 and has been passed to me for reply.



I can confirm, under section 1 (1) (a) of the FOIA, that the British Council does hold some, but not all, of the information you have requested.



For your ease of reference, I have restated your request below in bold and have provided our response beneath each point.



1. The BRITISH COUNCIL Race Relations Policy.



We do not have a distinct Race Relations Policy. The area of race is covered in our Equality Policy and our Diversity Strategy where it is one of seven main areas of focus for us. This is accessible through the following linkhttp://www.britishcouncil.org/organisation/transparency/policies/equality-diversity-inclusion



2. A BRITISH COUNCIL report on how the Race Relations Policy has been performing to date.



As we do not have a separate policy there is no related report. We do however produce annual equality monitoring and other diversity related reports for internal purposes which cover race/ethnicity. This includes a staff survey report and an equal pay report covering equality areas including race/ethnicity.



3. Details of how BRITISH COUNCIL manages and monitors Race Relations.



We undertake equality monitoring and cross tabulation as part of managing and monitoring our performance. Overall, minority ethnic people are well represented within our UK contracted workforce. However we are not doing as well as we would wish at top management levels in particular.



We equality screen and impact assess our policies to support race equality and promote good race relations alongside other actions.



4. Details of how many Black people are in and have been in Senior Management positions in BRITISH COUNCIL.



We interpret Black as Black African, Black Caribbean and Black other. Although these contribute to our minority ethnic targets, the Black staff figures are not the only figures that do so.



Our ethnicity data is almost complete (99% declaration rate overall).



At 31 March 2015 there was no staff who had declared Black ethnicity in the top management group. Over the past five years we can confirm that there have been both Black and Asian staff in this management group however we are withholding the actual numbers since the exemption, under section 40(2) (Personal information), applies to it.



Section 40(2) provides that information relating to third parties is exempt information if one of the conditions set out in section 40(3) is satisfied. Under the FOIA disclosure of this information would breach the fair processing principle contained in the Data Protection Act (DPA), where it would be unfair to that person or if it is confidential.



The number of Black and Asian staff in the top management group over the past five years is low therefore if we were to provide this information it is likely that the staff members would be identifiable.



Section 40 is an absolute exemption therefore is not subject to the public interest test.



At 31 March 2015 there were 1.5% Black staff in the senior management and top management group combined. In the last five years we have had between 1 and 2% Black staff at this level.





I hope the information provided has been useful.



If you are dissatisfied with the handling of your request, you have the right to ask for an internal review. Internal review requests should be submitted within two months of the date of receipt of the response to your original letter and should be addressed to:



Freedom of Information Officer

Information Security and Governance

British Council

Bridgewater House

58 Whitworth Street

Manchester

M1 6BB

Email: foi@britishcouncil.org





If you are not content with the outcome of the internal review, you have a right to appeal to the Information Commissioner for a decision at:



The Information Commissioner’s Office

Wycliffe House

Water Lane

Wilmslow

Cheshire

SK9 5AF



Phone: 0303 123 1113

Website: www.ico.gov.uk





Yours sincerely





Lyndsey Keogh | Information Policy Advisor: FOI | Information Security & Governance



www.britishcouncil.org | www.britishcouncil.org/freedom-of-information








From: freedomofinformation
Sent: 18 May 2015 12:58
To: derrick_lynch@hotmail.co.uk
Subject: RE: Freedom of Information Act Request (FOI/2015/35)



Ref No: FOI/2015/35



18 May 2015





Dear Mr Lynch



Thank you for your email, dated 10 May 2015, and received by the IGRM team on 18 May 2015, to the British Council.



Please note that your request is being dealt with under the terms of the Freedom of Information Act 2000 and will be answered within 20 working days (from the received date).



If you have any further queries about this request please do not hesitate to contact me. Please remember to quote the reference number above in any future communications.



Yours Sincerely,





Lyndsey Keogh | Information Policy Advisor: FOI | Global Information Services



http://www.britishcouncil.org/organisation/how-we-work/freedom-of-information





-----Original Message-----
From: solas.support@britishcouncil.org [mailto:solas.support@britishcouncil.org] On Behalf Of Derrick
Sent: 10 May 2015 13:50
To: British Council Customer Service UK
Subject: Form submission from: Contact Us

Submitted on Sunday 10 May 2015 - 13:49
Submitted by user:
Submitted values are:

First name: Derrick
Surname: Lynch
Email: derrick_lynch@hotmail.co.uk
Where are you based? United Kingdom
What is your enquiry about? Other
Enquiry:
Dear BRITISH COUNCIL,

I am Derrick Lynch a potential customer of BRITISH COUNCIL.
I am live at 5 Hedge Hill, Enfield, EN2 8RU.
I am classified, by the British Government, as an IC3, Black, Male.
I have attached a illustrated versions of the Race and Ethnicity Codes as used by the British Police and Civil Services.
I am a victim of Racism which I understand as being the same as White Supremacy.
I have been reading the BRITISH COUNCIL website.

Please could you send me:

1. The BRITISH COUNCIL Race Relations Policy.
2. A BRITISH COUNCIL report on how the Race Relations Policy has been performing to date.
3. Details of how BRITISH COUNCIL manages and monitors Race Relations.
4. Details of how many Black people are in and have been in Senior Management positions in BRITISH COUNCIL.

Kind regards

Derrick Lynch, IC3, B9, BEUR


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    Neely Fuller jr explains how the racists will do the most absurd things among Black people to start confusion.
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    Neely Fuller jr explains that truth plus justice plus correctness equals peace.
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    Neely Fuller jr explains that we must think carefuly every move that we make no matter how small we may think it is.
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    Neely Fuller jr that the current system produces lots of benefits but at the expense of glorification of murder and misery.
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"There is no escape


from the


long arm of


the Racial law".




















THE HOLY BOOK


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