We value your opinion of our people, work, website, programmes and services. If you would like to make a comment or complaint about us you can do this in one of four ways.
1) Contact the person, department or country office that you have already dealt with to fully explain your situation.
2) Contact the British Council in Uzbekistan. So that we can respond to you, please provide your name, postal address (if available), e-mail and telephone number.
By email : email@example.com
By telephone +998 71 140 0660
(Monday to Friday – 09:00 to 17:30 GMT+5)
By post 13th Floor, Block A
International Business Centre
107B, Amir Temur Street,
Tashkent, 100084, Uzbekistan
3) Contact the British Council Information Centre in the UK. Again, so that we can respond to you, please provide your name, postal address, e-mail address and telephone number.
By email firstname.lastname@example.org
By telephone +44 (0)161 957 7755
(Monday to Friday – 0900 to 1800 GMT).
By post British Council Information Centre
Bridgewater House, 58 Whitworth Street
Manchester, UK M1 6BB
4) Use this form: http://www.britishcouncil.org/home-information-centre-online-feedback-form
We deal with all comments and complaints seriously. We promise that we will treat your comment or complaint fairly and impartially.
We will not treat you differently because you have made a complaint. We will not discriminate against you on the basis of your age, disability, ethnicity, gender, religion, belief, sexual orientation or any other irrelevant ground.
We aim to respond to you promptly – regardless of the subject matter, the way in which you contact us or the country in which your comment or complaint is made.
If we are unable to respond at the first point of contact, we aim to deal with your comment or complaint within ten working days of receipt. If it will take longer than this, we will inform you of any delay within ten working days.
When things have gone wrong we will do our best to resolve matters quickly and fairly. We will:
- explain what went wrong and why
- apologise when it is appropriate
- take action to remedy the situation, when possible.
If you are not satisfied with the response you receive, you can take the matter further by contacting the relevant complaints manager. We will provide you with details of how to do this when we respond to your complaint.
If, following this, you remain dissatisfied then you may be able to refer your complaint to an external body for review. The complaints manager will provide you with more information when he or she responds to your complaint.