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Singled out? Sort it out!

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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, to answer your questions.

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1 Singled out? Sort it out! Introduction
2 Singled out? Sort it out! Are YOU being discriminated against?
3 Singled out? Sort it out! In the news
4 Singled out? Sort it out! Discrimination definitions
5 Singled out? Sort it out! Did you know?
6 Singled out? Sort it out! Dear Richard
7 Singled out? Sort it out! Jargon buster
8 Singled out? Sort it out! Blurb, contact details and credits

September 2010

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