Situations which don't count as unlawful sex discrimination when running sporting competitions, when the organiser can hold separate competitions for men and women, for reasons of safety or fairness.
Explains the kinds of unfair treatment which count as unlawful discrimination, when accessing health- or care services.
Summarises the main themes in discrimination in education, covering identifying discrimination, who is treating you unfairly and what is the unfair treatment. Also covers situations when discrimination by schools can be lawful.
Explains what is meant by indirect discrimination, when a practice, policy, or rule applied to everyone puts certain groups of people at a disadvantage.
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.
Find out if you can take action about harassment from someone involved in your housing.
Explains further action you can take if your are not happy with the outcome of your complaint about local authority involvement with your family.
Explains what to do if you think you have been discriminated against when trying to make a medical appointment.
Explains what to do if you think you have been discriminated against when trying to access fertility treatment.
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