Situations which don't count as unlawful age discrimination when buying goods or accessing services, when a trader or service provider is allowed to treat some people differently because of their age.
Explains what to do if someone is refused a place in a care home, or is discriminated against while in residential care.
Explains what to do if you think you have been discriminated against when buying goods or accessing services, because you are pregnant or have recently given birth.
Introduction summarising the main themes in discrimination in services provided by a public authority, or when organisations perform public functions.
Things to think about when taking legal action against a public authority for failing to meet the public sector equality duty, covering judicial review, time limits and remedies.
Explains how you are protected from discrimination if you need to take time off work because of gender reassignment (sex change).
Explains what to do if you think you have been discriminated against when trying to make a medical appointment.
Explains the duty of employers, and providers of education, housing and other facilities, to make reasonable adjustments to allow disabled users to access premises and services.
Explains which organisations and their staff are not allowed, by law, to discriminate against you when providing you with healthcare services.
Explains how you might be treated unfairly because of something connected to a disability, such as special equipment or adaptations, rather than the disability itself.
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