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Equalities Act

Test your knowledge of terms used in the Equalities Act 2010

Direct discrimination Where someone is treated less favourably because of his disability, than others would be treated.
Indirect discrimination If a discriminatory practice is applied to everyone but it puts the disabled person at a disadvantage and it cannot be shown to be a proportionate means of achieving a legitimate purpose.
Harassment An unwanted conduct related to disability and the conduct violates dignity or creates an intimidating hostile degrading humiliating or offensive environment.
Victimisation Where one person treats another detrimentally because they have asserted legal rights under the Equality Act or they have helped someone else to do so.
Reasonable adjustments Where an institution’s provision puts a disabled person at a substantial disadvantage compared to a non disabled person, reasonable steps must be taken to avoid the disadvantage
Created by: sallybetts