- published: 21 Mar 2011
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9 protected characteristics & 6 types of discrimination - do you know what they are? Find out in less than 2 minutes
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In 2010 Section 19 C of the Race Relations Amend ment act was passed , it basically tore up the Race Relations Act of 1976, The Equality Act of 2010 which represents all does nothing for all as the Courts ARE NOT listed as a place for you to get justice against discrimination. True Music: Cold Killa You tube free music Redeemed from Papal curses ( Dum diversas ) etc
A quick look at one of the types of discrimination within the Equality Act 2010 - Indirect Discrimination. This is the second video in our series looking at the Equality Act. For more information on your rights or to start understanding how the Equality Act works alongside your issue please visit our website www.equalityadvisoryservice.com or call us for free on 0808 800 0082.
The British Broadcasting Center has clearly violated UK law by not allowing white applicants to apply for a job. Sources: http://www.legislation.gov.uk/ukpga/2010/15/contents http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3621658/BBC-turn-trainees-WHITE-Job-applicants-stunned-told-corporation-wants-people-ethnic-minority-backgrounds.html
Michelle Michaelson from IPSEA explains the law in relation Disability Discrimination and he Equality Act 2010 focusing on the types of discrimination that may be faced by children / young people who have special educational needs and/or disabilities.
A street play by the students of Bhavan's SL Public School which forced the audience to understand both genders as equal and providing freedom and equal opportunity to girls.
This video contains an explanation of the protected characteristics as set out in the Equality Act 2010 (see http://www.epslearning.com/area/employment-law/55/), including age, disability, gender reassignment, marriage and civil partnership, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief, sex and sexual orientation.
Reasonable Adjustments under the Equality Act explained
UPDATING OUR EQUALITY: A NEW EDITION SO SOON IS NO SURPRISE! An appreciation by Phillip Taylor MBE and Elizabeth Taylor of Richmond Green Chambers It seems like only yesterday that we were reviewing this excellent guide... and so it was! We are hardly surprised that a second edition was required so quickly whilst the government continues to procrastinate on issues such as the 'Red Tape Challenge Exercise" and the extension of age discrimination measures. What John Wadham and his team have produced is, effectively, another 'holding reply' on the future of part of the legislation but matters have moved forward with the reform of the civil partnership system as the 'gay marriage' debate still rages at the time of writing. As we said before, the guide remains pleasing to certain Parliame...
This short video briefing explains the key provisions of the Equality Act and offers good practice guidance on working effectively with the legislation. The Equality Act legally protects people from harassment, victimisation and discrimination in the workplace and in wider society on the grounds of certain ‘protected characteristics’. These are: age, race, disability, religion or belief, gender, gender reassignment, pregnancy and maternity, marriage and civil partnership and sexual orientation. Using a combination of drama and commentary from leading psychologists and equality and diversity experts, this briefing looks at the key provisions of the Act and how organisations can use their legal obligations as a springboard to create truly inclusive working environments, enable staff to ach...
We are group 17 and our name is "The 8 Team". The group consists of Elizabeth Bolton, Aisha Guba, Zoe Butler, Caroline Lee, Yingyi Emily Liu, George Lovegrove and Annie Relfe. Our content is based on the topic of legal awareness through a video called "Do You Know the Equality Act". The video is aimed at undergraduate and A level students.