promoting anti-discriminatory practice

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  • promoting anti-discriminatory practice
    • The Equality Act 2010
      • sexual orientation
      • age
      • disability
      • gender reassignment
      • marriage and civil partnership
      • pregnancy and maternity
      • race
      • religion or belief
      • sex
    • what is anti-discriminatory practice?
      • ensures individual and different needs are met
      • prejudice and unfair discrimination are challenged
    • The Human Rights Act 1998
      • access to education
      • life
      • freedom from torture
      • freedom from slavery
      • liberty and security of person
      • respect for a private and family life
      • freedom of thought conscience and religion
      • freedom of expression
      • marry and found a family
      • peaceful enjoyment of possessions
    • adapting provision for different types of service users
      • celebrate diversity
      • understand needs of different cultures
      • address their own prejudices
      • actively challenge discrimination
      • ensure the setting ia accessible
      • compensate for the negative effects of discrimination
      • provision has to be adapted to meet individual needs
  • adapting provision for different types of service users
    • celebrate diversity
    • understand needs of different cultures
    • address their own prejudices
    • actively challenge discrimination
    • ensure the setting ia accessible
    • compensate for the negative effects of discrimination
    • provision has to be adapted to meet individual needs

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