Explains how service providers, such as banks or utility companies mustn't discriminate against you, if you are disabled, and should make reasonable adjustments to allow you to use their services.
Summarises the main themes in discrimination in education, covering identifying discrimination, who is treating you unfairly and what is the unfair treatment. Also covers situations when discrimination by schools can be lawful.
Explains how service providers must not discriminate against you, when you are claiming or receiving benefits.
Explains what is meant by marriage and civil partnership discrimination, according to the Equality Act 2010.
Get the facts and evidence to help you take action about discrimination in housing.
Explains how energy companies mustn't discriminate against you if you are disabled, and how they should make reasonable adjustments to allow you to use their services.
Explains what is meant by comparators in discrimination cases - proving someone with a protected characteristic has not been treated worse than someone without that characteristic.
Taking action about discrimination on the grounds of sexual orientation, explaining when it is unlawful or not unlawful and organisations which can help.
Explains the process for taking court action about discrimination, including sending a letter before claim, filling out a claim form and how a defendant should respond to the claim.
Find out more about disability discrimination in employment, access to goods and services, education, public transport.
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