Are you being discriminated against? Do you have to put up with jokes about your age, sexuality or colour? Are you treated unfairly because of your religion, a disability or where you come from? Do colleagues of the opposite sex get a better deal?
You shouldn't have to put up with unfair treatment, just because of who you are. Here we will show you how to recognise discrimination, explain why you shouldn't put up with it and help you take action to deal with it.
Puzzled by prejudice? Distressed by discrimination? Well, you might have been singled out for unfair treatment. But you’re not alone. In this webmagazine we’ve got quizzes, readers’ letters and our resident agony uncle, Richard...
Do your clients experience discrimination or problems with their human rights? This section explains how you can get involved with the ITD? project and includes information, tools and resources to help your agency tackle the issues...
If you’re being treated unfairly and don't know what to do, don’t panic or bury your head in the sand: there are lots of different organisations that can help. Here we list some of them and briefly explain what they do.
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