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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The e-learning course - intended for US organizations, especially ones which are operating in, for example, the UK and/or throughout Continental Europe - aims to help learners differentiate between equality, diversity and inclusion; recognize offences such as indirect and direct discrimination, victimisation and harassment; avoid behaviors that constitute unfair treatment; follow best practice approaches in areas such as recruitment; know the consequences of not complying with the regulations; realize what to do when facing or witnessing unfair treatment at work; identify behaviors, language and attitudes that promote equal and inclusive working relationships, and appreciate the benefits of diversity, equality and inclusion in the workplace.
The employers in this case were able to rely on the Equality Act direct discrimination exception that 'no account is to be taken of special treatment afforded to a woman in connection with pregnancy or childbirth'.
For the first time we have registered the prohibition of direct discrimination on the basis of disability, the deputy minister noted.
"I have never personally faced direct discrimination in France but my perception changed as soon as I started to become self-aware of my mixed identities.
Critics of SCHRs might think it obvious that these policies are unjust insofar as they constitute a form of direct discrimination. Much of the moral progress liberal democracies have made in the past few decades, after all, has been due to legal reforms prohibiting direct discrimination in employment, public accommodations, housing, and access to government services and benefits.
Judge Frances Eccles has now ruled that belief in Scotland's right to national sovereignty is a protected philosophical belief under the terms of the Equality Act, so he is now able to proceed with a claim of direct discrimination.
In a final ruling requested by Brit ain's Supreme Court, which will need to apply the decision, the ECJ added: "The UK legislation constitutes direct discrimination based on sex."
In a final ruling requested by Britain's Supreme Court, which will need to apply the decision, the ECJ added: "The UK legislation constitutes direct discrimination based on sex."
After Capita refused, Mr Ali claimed direct discrimination on the grounds of his sex under the Equality Act 2010.
The governments, disabled persons' organisations and civil society institutions must converge to develop holistic policies, and political parties in Pakistan should revise their manifestos to eliminate 'direct discrimination, indirect discrimination and 'unequal burdens' imposed by socially constructed barriers', as elucidated by Prof Mark Priestley of the University of Leeds.
PC Muntean's complaints of direct discrimination, victimisation and detriment having made a protected disclosure are not wellfounded, and are dismissed TRIBUNAL CHAIRMAN DAVID PERRY
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.