Explains what the Human Rights Act 1998 is and how it protects the rights set out in the European Convention on Human Rights.
Explains what is meant by a sexual orientation and transgender identity hate incident or hate crime. Covers violence or hostility because of the sexual orientation or transgender identity of you, or someone you associate with.
Explains what is meant by victimisation, when you have raised concerns about discrimination against you, or someone else, when buying goods or accessing services.
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 register with a doctor.
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.
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 kinds of behaviour which count as harassment when buying goods or accessing services.
Explains what direct discrimination means and when the unfair treatment you experience when buying goods or accessing services is unlawful.
Explains how to take legal action against a trader or provider, if you have been discriminated against when buying goods or accessing services.
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