Introduction to discrimination rights and the Equality Act 2010.
Explains the duty of providers of health- or care services to make reasonable adjustments to allow disabled users to access premises and services.
Introduction summarising the main themes in discrimination in the provision of goods and services.
Situations which do not count as unlawful discrimination when accessing services provided by a public authority, including immigration and issues of national identity.
Explains which organisations and their staff are not allowed, by law, to discriminate against you when providing you with healthcare services.
Explains what kinds of action you can take if you have been discriminated against when accessing health- and care services.
Equality Advisory Support Service helpline offering advice to people who may have experienced discrimination.
Explains the kinds of unfair treatment that count as unlawful discrimination when you buy goods or services.
Explains which traders or organisations are not allowed, by law, to discriminate against you when selling goods, or providing free or paid for services.
Explains how service providers must not discriminate against you, when you are claiming or receiving benefits.
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