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.
Things to think about before taking action about discrimination in education, including deciding what you want to achieve, and who to complain to.
Explains the duty of schools to make reasonable adjustments to allow disabled pupils to access and fully participate in education.
Taking action about discrimination on the grounds of sexual orientation, explaining when it is unlawful or not unlawful and organisations which can help.
Equality Advisory Support Service helpline offering advice to people who may have experienced discrimination.
Lists some of the rights protected under the Human Rights Act 1998, including rights to education, freedom of expression, non-discrimination and protection of property.
Find out more about disability discrimination in employment, access to goods and services, education, public transport.
Information on financial help available to people currently serving in the armed forces, veterans and dependents, covering benefits, help with school, child care and travel costs and sources of further help.
Explains the duty of employers, and providers of education, housing and other facilities, to make reasonable adjustments to allow disabled users to access premises and services.
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