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Equality Monitoring

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This data is required by the EHRC:

3. Equality monitoring data

3a. The people you serve:

What was the total number of people (beneficiaries) that benefited from your work over the last 12 months? 

3b. Break down this total into the following categories (or at 3.c explain why you are unable to):

 

Sex. How many of the beneficiaries were:

No.

Age. How many of these beneficiaries were:

No.

Male

 

0-24

 

Female

 

25-44

 

Transgender

 

45-64

 

 

 

65 or over

 

 

Ethnicity. How many of these beneficiaries were:

White

No.

White

No.

English

Northern Irish

 

Scottish

 

Irish

 

Welsh

 

Gypsy or Traveller

 

British

 

Any other white background

 

 

Asian

No.

Asian

No.

Indian

 

Chinese

 

Pakistani

 

Asian British, Asian English, Asian Scottish or Asian Welsh

 

Bangladeshi

 

Any other Asian background

 

 

Black

No.

Black

No.

African

 

Black British, Black English, Black Scottish or Black Welsh

 

Caribbean

 

Any other black background

 

 

Mixed or multiple background

No.

Mixed or multiple background

No.

White and Black Caribbean

 

White and Asian

 

White and Black African

 

Any other mixed/multiple background

 

 

Any other background

No.

Any other background

No.

Arab

 

Specify: 

 

 

Disabled. How many of these beneficiaries had the following conditions which have lasted, or are expected to last, at least 12 months:

 

No.

 

No.

Deafness or severe hearing impairment

 

A substantial learning difficulty (for example,  dyslexia or dyspraxia)

 

Blindness or severe vision impairment

 

A serious mental health condition (for example,  depression or schizophrenia)

 

A physical disability (a condition that substantially limits one or more basic physical activities such as walking, climbing stairs, lifting or carrying)

 

A chronic illness (such as cancer, HIV, diabetes, heart disease or epilepsy)

 

A substantial learning disability (such as Down’s syndrome)

 

Another disability

 

 

Religion or belief. How many of these beneficiaries had the following affiliations:

 

No.

 

No.

Christian

 

Muslim

 

Buddhist

Sikh

 

Hindu

 

No religious affiliation or belief

 

Jewish

 

Any other religion or belief

 

 

Sexual orientation. How many of these beneficiaries described themselves as:

 

No.

 

No.

Heterosexual or straight

Bisexual

 

Gay or lesbian

 

Other

 

 

3c. Explain any gaps within the data that you have provided above. For example, if you have stated that a total of 695 beneficiaries benefited from your work last year, but cannot break this number down in all the equality areas, please say why you could not provide this data.

 

 

Other possible groups to monitor in relation to funding bid:

The Beneficiary groups are to be: migrants from Europe, working age welfare benefit recipients, adults with low qualifications and skills, the elderly inactive, young people in care or leaving care and adult/young offenders (all of whom are represented in parts of Thanet much above UK averages and between whom tensions exist).

 

6f. Will the project target any other vulnerable groups, for example, carers, people with mental health conditions? Please specify.

One of the vulnerable groups to be targeted will be “Pensioners living alone”, particularly those who are inactive in community life. Incapacity “Benefit claimants for mental health reasons” will also feature, as this group is represented above average in the work of mediation services. Amongst the beneficiary groups listed under 6e (above), we would expect there to be high representation of other vulnerable groups eg children in 'out of work' families, which links to our track record in Family Support Work as part of the action-plans that Community Inclusion Teams might uphold.

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