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15 Equal Opportunities

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1. Introduction

2. When discrimination can happen

3. Types of discrimination

4. Sex discrimination

5. Transgender people

6. Discrimination because you are gay, lesbian or bisexual

7. Discrimination because of your religion or beliefs

8. Discrimination because of your age

9. What you can do about discrimination

If you have been discriminated against, first think about what you want to be done. Depending on how you were discriminated against, you may want:

  • your job back, if you think you were unfairly dismissed;
  • compensation;
  • an apology; or
  • a clear sign that an organisation won't discriminate in the same way in future.

Whatever you want, it is usually best to first try to sort out the matter with the person or organisation that has discriminated against you (your employer, for example).

If complaining in this way doesn't get what you want, your next steps will depend on the type of discrimination you have suffered and where it happened.

10. Dealing with discrimination at work

11. Going to an employment tribunal

12. Dealing with other types of discrimination

13. The Human Rights Act

14. Further help

15. About this leaflet


This leaflet was published by the Gurkha Free Legal Advice (LSC). It was written in association with Sara LeslieLeaflet Version: December 2007

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