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Equality and Discrimination

1) Definition

Equality: Equal rights for people regardless of what factors they might have
that are different. Equality states that because they are human they
must be equal.

Discrimination: treatment or consideration of, or making a distinction in favour of or
against, a person or thing…

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Regulations, which formed the basis of anti-discrimination law in Great Britain. This was,
primarily, the Equal Pay Act 1970, the Sex Discrimination Act 1975, the Race Relations Act
1976, the Disability Discrimination Act 1995 and three major statutory instruments
protecting discrimination in employment on grounds of religion or belief,…

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because I was black". It wasn't just one officer. It was the approach. That was a collective

Half a dozen officers refused to accept that the murder was purely a racially motivated or a
racist crime. One officer said he thought 50% of his colleagues would have had…

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Company directors
Certain government schemes at pre-apprenticeship level

(c) In what ways do pay arrangements for agricultural workers differ to other
If you are employed in agriculture you are entitled to be paid at least the
Agricultural Minimum Wage (AMW) rate for your grade.

If the National Minimum…

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Some young people will be allowed to enter New Deal earlier on a voluntary basis. These will
be young people who, for a variety of reasons, might find it particularly difficult to find work
without the additional help offered by New Deal. A New Deal Personal Adviser at the…


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