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Please note the guidance on Your rights is currently being updated in order to reflect recent changes in the law.
Guidance for workers about their rights under the Equality Act 2010
If you believe you have been discriminated in a work situation, find out what your options are.
Guidance on employer's responsibilities to provide disabled staff with additional support and workplace adjustments.
Guidance for service users about their rights under the Equality Act 2010
This guidance explains your equality rights as a student in further or higher education.
We are in the process of drafting new guidance for service users about Housing. We will publish it here when it has been completed.
You may find useful information about the Equality Act and how it applies more generally to you as a service user by reading our guidanc
Staff, places, advertisements and marketing, written materials, websites, telephone services and call centres
Equality law recognises that bringing about equality for disabled people may mean changing the way in which services are delivered, prov
If you believe someone has unlawfully discriminated against you, harassed or victimised you in relation to the goods, facilities or serv
Equality Advisory Support Service
The government has announced that it intends to bring forward proposals for a British Bill of Rights to replace the Human Rights Act.
Human rights are rights inherent to all human beings, whatever our nationality, place of residence, sex, national or ethnic origin, colour…
Find public sector guidance for social housing providers and a guide to the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities.
If you feel that your human rights may have been breached in a particular situation, this section can help you to assess the situation a
Report of a pilot project by the British Institute of Human Rights (BIHR) and the Equality and Diversity Forum (EDF)
Fulfilling the Paris Principles
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