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From: derrick_lynch@hotmail.co.uk

To: margaret.unwin@pacehealth.org.uk; josetta.malcolm@pacehealth.org.uk; jemma.lunniss@pacehealth.org.uk

CC: toyin@ligali.org; everton_young@yahoo.co.uk; george.ruddock@gvmedia.co.uk; info@irr.org.uk

Subject: RE: PACE Race Relations

Date: Wed, 13 May 2015 12:21:11 +0100

Dear Margaret Unwin,

This link may help to explain what I mean by Race Relations in contrast to Ethnicity Relations.

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

Kind regards

Derrick Lynch, IC3, B9, BEUR

_________________________________________________________________

From: derrick_lynch@hotmail.co.uk

To: margaret.unwin@pacehealth.org.uk; josetta.malcolm@pacehealth.org.uk; jemma.lunniss@pacehealth.org.uk

CC: toyin@ligali.org; everton_young@yahoo.co.uk; george.ruddock@gvmedia.co.uk; info@irr.org.uk

Subject: RE: PACE Race Relations

Date: Wed, 13 May 2015 12:01:25 +0100

PACE RACE RELATIONS (Not Ethnicity Relations)

Dear Margaret Unwin,

Thank you for your reply it is most encouraging.

My concern at this stage is to clarify what Racism is and how it works before I can understand Race Relations at the PACE and the impact it is having on the community.

There appears to have been a misunderstanding. I asked about Race Relations and not about Ethnicity Relations. I suspect Racism to be the problem. Poor management of Race Relations must be related to Racism.

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

The information that you have provided appears to be addressing the issue of ethnicity and not Race. Below I have given the link to the Ethnicity Data Standard as specified by the Information Standards Board.

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.

I have copied the Institute of Race Relations in on the inquiry so that they can help clarify any Race issues because there are more ethnicities than there are Races as defined by the Police.

Please could you let me know what efforts PACE has been making to address inequalities between the IC1 White North European and the IC2 Dark South European Races?

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 now very concerned that no effort is being made to achieve Race Equality at PACE.

I look forward to your reply on this very serious issue.

King regards

Derrick Lynch, IC3, B9, BEUR

> From: Margaret.Unwin@pacehealth.org.uk

> To: derrick_lynch@hotmail.co.uk; Josetta.Malcolm@pacehealth.org.uk; Jemma.Lunniss@pacehealth.org.uk; info@irr.org.uk; george.ruddock@gvmedia.co.uk

> Subject: RE: PACE Race Relations

> Date: Wed, 13 May 2015 10:05:54 +0000

>

> Dear Derrick,

>

> Thank you for your email and for sending me the information from the SRA. It’s interesting to see.

>

> The information you are seeking, and the information provided by the SRA, is covered by our equalities policy, which I know Josetta has already sent you.

>

> To recap, we monitor equalities (including race) in a number of ways at PACE:

>

> – via our Board of Trustees

> – via specific monitoring for our funders (e.g. providing statistics on the clients we work with)

> – via monitoring when we recruit (we have a monitoring form which all candidates complete)

> – via our equalities group (which meets regularly and agrees an action plan for the year)

> – via our complaints policy (if specific complaints were ever received which suggested there was racism in our services, this would be investigated)

>

> We address equalities (including race) through:

> – ensuring all our services are inclusive and appeal to the widest possible group of clients

> – networking regularly with BME organisations to ensure we meet needs

> – regular training for staff (we also provide equalities training for other organisations)

> – we are also currently facilitating an external group of practitioners looking at working better with BAME men

> – providing some specific services, as appropriate, for specific groups of clients (for example for ten years PACE ran two specific groups for Black and Asian men who have sex with men – one was called Black Connection and the other Maasti)

>

> All our job descriptions for staff who work at PACE include a strong statement about the need for staff to work, at all times, within an equalities framework.

>

> I hope the above, and our previous emails, give you sufficient assurance that you will be welcome at PACE.

>

> With very best wishes,

> Margaret

>

> (Margaret Unwin, PACE CEO)

>

>

> ________________________________________

> From: Derrick Lynch [derrick_lynch@hotmail.co.uk]

> Sent: 13 May 2015 09:37

> To: Margaret Unwin; Josetta Malcolm; Jemma Lunniss; info@irr.org.uk; george.ruddock@gvmedia.co.uk

> Subject: PACE Race Relations

>

> Dear Margaret Unwin,

>

> Thank you for the offer of PACE services which I am in the process of considering.

>

> I think that there has been a misunderstanding about my request for information about PACE Race Relations management.

>

> I have forwarded a copy of the kind of information that I am asking from PACE.

>

> Please tell me if you can help me or not. If you do not have any information on PACE Race Relations please tell me so that I and members of my community, who are concerned about Racism, can avoid using PACE services.

>

> Please find below a copy of an email from the Solicitors Regulation Authority on the subject of Race Relations.

>

> Please let me know if I should give up on PACE.

>

> Kind regards

>

> Derrick Lynch

>

> —–Original Message—–

> From: Aseia Rafique

> Sent: 12/05/2015 13:11

> To: ‘derrick_lynch@hotmail.co.uk’

> Subject: The Solicitors Regulation Authority Race Relations

>

>

>

>

>

> Dear Derrick Lynch,

>

>

>

> Thank you for your email.

>

>

>

> Please find below the answers to your questions. You wanted information on:

>

>

>

> · The SOLICITORS REGULATION AUTHORITY Race Relations Policy

>

>

>

> The SRA has an Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Strategy and Action Plan which is published on our website. You can access this document by clicking here. On our website we also have information on meeting our public sector equality duties.

>

> Our three objectives for equality, diversity and inclusion are to:

>

> 1. develop a more diverse workforce and promote an inclusive culture, equality of opportunity for all staff and the behaviours and capabilities required to regulate proportionately, fairly and free from bias;

>

>

>

> 2. ensure that the way we operate, our rules and the decisions we make are proportionate, fair and free from bias and help firms and individuals understand and comply with our requirements; and

>

>

>

> 3. work with those we regulate to support them in achieving a more diverse and inclusive profession.

>

>

>

> · A SOLICITORS REGULATION AUTHORITY report on how the Race Relations Policy has been performing to date.

>

> · Details of how the SOLICITORS REGULATION AUTHORITY manages and monitors Race Relations.

>

>

>

> You will be able to see the work we are doing on equality, diversity and inclusion, which includes on areas of race and ethnicity by reading our strategy and looking at the actions we are delivering, which relate specifically to equality, diversity and inclusion.

>

>

>

> · Details of how many Black people are in and have been in Senior Management positions in the SOLICITORS REGULATION AUTHORITY.

>

>

>

> We have published the diversity data for our staff on our website. Please click here to visit the page.

>

>

>

> I hope this information has been helpful to you.

>

>

>

> Kind Regards, Aseia

>

>

>

> Aseia Rafique

>

> Diversity and Inclusion Manager (EIA & Policy)

>

> ( 0121 329 6193

>

> : http://www.sra.org.uk

>

>

>

> Please let us know if you require this information in an alternative format or would like us to consider any other reasonable adjustments you may need. Our Reasonable Adjustments policy can be found at http://www.sra.org.uk/sra/reasonable-adjustment-policy.page

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> http://www.legalchoices.org.uk

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> ( Contact Centre: 0370 606 2555

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> ( Ethics Guidance Helpline: 0370 606 257

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> ( Red Alert Hotline: 0345 8500 999

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> Solicitors Regulation Authority

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> This email, and any attachment, is intended for the attention of the addressee only. Its unauthorised use, disclosure, storage or copying is not permitted. If you are not the intended recipient, please destroy all copies and inform the sender by return email and send a copy to postmaster@sra.org.uk. Thank you for your co-operation.

>

> Please note the author of this email is not authorised to conclude any contract on behalf of the Solicitors Regulation Authority by email.

“There is no escape

from the

long arm of

the Racial law”.

THE HOLY BOOK

OF

RACIAL GOVERNMENT

IC3 BLACK POWER

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