Explains the reasons why discrimination might be justified in some situations, according to the Equality Act 2010.
Situations which don't count as unlawful age discrimination when buying goods or accessing services, when a trader or service provider is allowed to treat some people differently because of their age.
Situations which do not count as unlawful discrimination when accessing services provided by a public authority, including immigration and issues of national identity.
Explains what to do if you think you have been discriminated against because of something connected to your disability, when buying goods or accessing services.
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 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.
Complain about discrimination you've faced from a landlord, letting agent or someone else who’s involved in your housing.
Check if you're being discriminated against in your housing and find out how to solve your problem.
Check if you're being discriminated against in the workplace and find out how to solve your problem.
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