Explains what indirect discrimination means and when a policy, practice or rule, which disadvantages you when buying goods or accessing services, is unlawful.
Explains the situations when public authorities don't have to comply with the public sector equality duty, covering judicial and immigration functions and age exceptions.
Introduction summarising the main themes in discrimination in the provision of goods and services.
Things to think about before using the public sector equality duty to challenge a decision or policy which discriminates against you, or puts you at a disadvantage.
Explains what is meant by religion or belief discrimination, according to the Equality Act 2010.
Explains what to do if you think you have been discriminated against when trying to access fertility treatment.
Explains what kinds of behaviour count as sexual harassment and the action you can take about it.
Explains what is meant by victimisation - when you have raised concerns about discrimination against you, or someone else, and you are treated badly because of this.
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.
Explains how Gypsies and Travellers are protected by race discrimination law, according to the Equality Act 2010.
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