Name or otherwise characterise
Set out characteristics
Set out purposes or reasons
Seperate information into components and identify their characteristics
Present salient points
Taking a positive action to counter discrimination: this will involve identifying and chanllenging discrimination and being positive in your practice about differences and similarities between people
Direct discrimination is when a person is treated less favourably that others in comparable circumstanses because of a special characterist such as gender, race or a disability
A physical or mental impairment which has a substantial and long-term adverse effect on the child's ability to carry out normal day-to-day activities
In essence accours when a provision, criterion or practice is applied equally to all but has a different impact on members of one of more protected groups, of which the compaintant is one, and is placed at a disadvantage as a result.
Treating a person less favourably because they have taken action in respect of discrimination, e.g. by bringing a complaint or giving evidence for a colleague - is also unlawful
Persistant unwanted conduct/ behaviour. Plus on the grounds of race, gender, sexual orientation, causing a hostile, intimidating, degrading, or hulmilliating environment.
The way(s) by which a carer or a person/ self encourages an individual/ themselves to make informed choices/ decisions so that they take control of their own life
Need to know basis
Restricting access to information about an individual to those who have a justifiable and clear reason to access it.
Give an account that addresses a range of ideas and viewpoints