Discrimination

Protection against unfair treatment

What this chapter covers

Discrimination is when you're treated unfairly because, for example, you're a woman, or Muslim or gay. But not all discrimination is against the law. This chapter explains when racist, homophobic or other bigoted behaviour is illegal and what you can do about it if it is illegal.

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