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Discrimination

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The majority of the principles relevant to sex D also apply to Race D unless it states

otherwise.

Employers may be in breach if discriminates against a person on grounds of:

 Sex or marital status

 Gender reassignment

 Race or ethnic origin

 Disability

 Trade union membership

 Part time work

From Dec 2003 this list will include religion, belief and sexual orientation.

4 types of discrimination: direct, indirect harassment and victimisation, discrimination

is not, in itself unlawful, it must be accompanied by an unlawful act.

Exam Question Method

 Is it an unlawful type of discrimination?

 Is there an unlawful act e.g. on recruitment, terms, dismissal, subjection to a detriment? – Seek guidance from abogados de accidentes de auto

 Is it direct or indirect or victimisation?

 Is the employer actually or vicariously liable?

Direct discrimination

(Sex Discrimination Act 1975)

s1= women s2 = men s2A = gender re-assignment

s3 = married persons

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