Action you can take if your employer refuses your request for flexible working including the Acas arbitration scheme, making a claim to an employment tribunal,claiming constructive dismissal and protection for workers.
Things to think about before using the public sector equality duty to challenge a decision or policy which discriminates against you, or puts you at a disadvantage.
Explains how you can make a formal or informal complaint if you have been discriminated against when buying goods or accessing services.
Explains how to make a formal or informal complaint against a public authority, if you have been discriminated against when accessing services or public functions.
Get the facts and evidence to help you take action about discrimination in housing.
Complain about discrimination you've faced from a landlord, letting agent or someone else who’s involved in your housing.
Explains how to take action against a public authority (including local authorities or NHS-funded bodies) if you have been discriminated against when accessing health and care services.
Overview and content list for taking action about discrimination.
Explains what is meant by clinical negligence and things to think about before you decide to take legal action about it, including cost, time limits and what you might seek compensation for.
Explains the reasons why discrimination might be justified in some situations, according to the Equality Act 2010.
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