Discrimination Agency

What is discrimination?

Discrimination is a violation of human rights and the principle of equal treatment. Discrimination includes a variety of actions that are disfavourable or unjust. A simplified description of the Discrimination Act's definition of discrimination is when a person is treated disfavourably comapred to another person. The disfavourable treatment must have a connection to one of the seven grounds of discrimination.

The seven grounds of discrimination are; sex, gender identity or expression, ethnicity, religion or other belief, disability, sexual orientation and age.
There are six forms of discrimination: direct discrimination, indirect discrimination, inadequate accessibility, harassment, sexual harassment and instructions to discriminate.
For more information, see The Equality Ombudsman (DO).

If you have been discriminated

You are welcome to contact us if you need legal advice, have questions or experience discrimination or harrassment. We work under secrecy. 
Phone: 070-788 59 31

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