Find out how you can defend your eviction by telling the court about discrimination from your landlord.
Information about how to prepare for an employment tribunal, including gathering documents, finding witnesses, and making sure you are familiar with any instructions (orders or directions) sent to you by the tribunal.
Explains what is meant by sexual orientation discrimination, according to the Equality Act 2010.
Taking action about discrimination on the grounds of religion or belief, explaining when it is unlawful or not unlawful and organisations which can help.
Explains the duty of schools to make reasonable adjustments to allow disabled pupils to access and fully participate in education.
Checklist of things to think about and evidence you need to show the court, if you want to take legal action about discrimination.
Explains what to do if a debt management plan provider has not given you all the information you are entitled to when choosing or signing up for a debt management plan.
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 what is meant by religion or belief discrimination, according to the Equality Act 2010.
Information on choosing a qualified financial adviser, how much advice will cost, a checklist of things to think about before seeing an adviser and how to make a complaint.
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