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You don't have to put up with it!

How to deal with discrimination

You don't have to put up with itIf you think someone is discriminating against you, you don’t have to put up with it. It doesn’t matter whether it’s your boss, colleague, social services, a shop, or your local bank. Discrimination is unpleasant, unfair and, in many cases, against the law.

This guide will:

  • talk about different ways of dealing with discrimination
  • help you to decide how you want to deal with it
  • explain what steps to take to get the best result you can
  • show you where to get the help you need

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March 2010

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