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Yes, because it forms part of diversity monitoring.
However, an employer can not have this before them if it is for the purpose of an interview.
Yes, it is hurting you, but the reason they ask is for reporting purposes. The government requires that employers report the race/gender of the people who apply so they can identify if there is systematic discrimination (e.g. a range of people apply for 50 open jobs but they all go to white males).
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Your employer is required to provide this, so yes.
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Then refuse. All they can do is get a Court order to make you give it.