Explains how Gypsies and Travellers are protected by race discrimination law, according to the Equality Act 2010.
Situations which don't count as unlawful discrimination, when a trader or provider is allowed to provided insurance services, based on perceived risks associated with particular characteristics.
Explains when you can use the public sector equality duty to challenge decisions or policies which discriminate against you, or put you at a disadvantage.
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.
Explains what kinds of behaviour count as harassment and the action you can take about it.
Explains that it is illegal to make someone discriminate against, harass or victimise a certain individual or group and action you can take if it happens.
Explains how to use the public sector equality duty to challenge policies or decisions of a public authority which you think discriminate against you or put you at a disadvantage, by making an informal or formal complaint.
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 the kinds of unfair treatment that count as unlawful discrimination when you buy goods or services.
Introduction summarising the main themes in discrimination in services provided by a public authority, or when organisations perform public functions.
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