Lists the physical and personal characteristics which are protected by law and explains that you are not allowed to be treated differently from other people because of those characteristics.
Explains what is meant by comparators in discrimination cases - proving someone with a protected characteristic has not been treated worse than someone without that characteristic.
Explains what direct discrimination means and when the unfair treatment you experience when accessing health- or care services is unlawful.
Explains the reasons why discrimination might be justified in some situations, according to the Equality Act 2010.
Taking action about race discrimination, explaining when it is unlawful or not unlawful and organisations which can help.
Explains what is meant by indirect discrimination, when a practice, policy, or rule applied to everyone puts certain groups of people at a disadvantage.
How to identify when your employer's refusal of your flexible working request may be discrimination.
Explains what direct discrimination means and when the unfair treatment you experience when buying goods or accessing services is unlawful.
Pregnancy and maternity discrimination at work and outside work, and what counts as unfavourable treatment.
Taking action on sex discrimination, explaining when it is unlawful or not unlawful, positive discrimination and organisations which can give further help.
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