Discrimination has many meaning and many different ways people can discriminate against others. Discriminations can be as simple as a person making a judgment against someone else by the way they dress or the way they speak or it can be the people are discriminated (out casted/left out) because they choose to be different or have a disability or different colour of skin or even religion. Discrimination is unfair treatment of a person action based on prejudice. RACE
You could be discriminated because of your race because you are of a different colour for example a company might not considering an applicant because the applicant is of a different race to all of the other workers in the company. CULTURE
Culture is very important for every individual. it shows their identity. Cultural discrimination means when an individual is from different background or culture and follows his/her rules truly but are disliked by other people because of their different lifestyle and following and do not give his /her equal rights in their daily lives. It is who they are and is develop within a family or social group they are raised in. RELIGION
In care setting such as a care home a person believe in. They could be of Muslim faith and they have a set of values that they believe in. They could get discriminated against because carer don’t believe or simply don’t understand the faith. They may discriminate against this person because they don’t provide time for them to pray or they don’t respect the way they dress or don’t provide the right food for that religion. DISABILTY
Disability discrimination is the unfair treatment of a person with physical or mental impairments. For example someone with a disability may not get a job because they are not abled bodied. In order to reduce disability discrimination, the UK government introduced the disability discrimination Act AGE
Age discrimination is where in a work place someone may not be promoted because of their age or may not be...
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