direct discrimination

direct discrimination

Palpable or visible unfavourable treatment of a person or people by another or others, based on age, disability, ethnic or national origin, race, religion, membership or non-membership in a trade union, sexual orientation, colour, sex, health, marital status, domestic circumstances, beliefs, social and employment status, HIV status or gender reassignment.
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Judge Perry concluded: "PC Muntean's complaints of direct discrimination, victimisation and detriment having made a protected disclosure are not well-founded, and are dismissed.
When the EHRC began its legal action, it said Wilson's letting criterion of "no coloured people" was direct discrimination on the grounds of race, breaching section 13 of the Equality Act 2010.
A Home Office spokesman told The Bureau of Investigative Journalism: "It is unlawful for an Immigration Officer carrying out their duties to undertake any act that constitutes direct discrimination based on a person's race or ethnicity.
The judge hearing the case, Mrs Justice Asplin, concluded that the FTT was entitled to decide that there was no direct discrimination on the grounds of religion, the inquiry having been opened on the basis of unusual and distinctive factual reasons and that there were no other comparable cases from which to infer discrimination on the grounds of religious beliefs.
According to Article 2(2) of the European Council Directive 2000/78/ec, direct discrimination occurs when "one person is treated less favourably than another has been or would be treated in a comparable situation.
BRUSSELS, July 13 (KUNA) -- Advocate General Eleanor Sharpston of the EU Court of Justice advised the court Wednesday that a Muslim woman's dismissal by a French firm for wearing a headscarf amounts "to direct discrimination on the ground of religion or belief.
It includes examples of indirect and direct discrimination, including a dying lady whose doctor refused to see her without a chaperone because she was a lesbian.
While there have been many industry and government initiatives aimed at tackling it, direct discrimination or unconscious bias about the value of the work women do compared with male colleagues is occasionally an issue.
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But the judge, sitting with assessor Charmaine Brown, said Mr Leach's actions amounted to direct discrimination in the provision of services by Wetherspoon, contrary to the Equality Act 2010.
Although McKennitt hasn't experienced direct discrimination while working in his field, he has encountered confrontations with systemic discrimination, such as people making comments and assumptions about Aboriginal people.