achievement of, different groups of pupils within a school.
Discrimination: Discrimination is the prejudicial treatment of an individual based on their membership in a certain group or category.
1.2-DESCRIBE HOW DIRECT OR INDIRECTDISCRIMINATIONMAYOCCUR IN THE WORK SETTING
Discrimination - is an unfair or unequal treatment of an individual or group on the grounds of age, gender, ability, race etc. its being disadvantaged or excluded in the same situation.
1.2 Describe how direct or indirectdiscriminationmayoccur in the work settingDirectdiscriminationmay...
- Discrimination is the result of unequal or excluding behaviour. It can be on the ground of age, gender, race, sex orientation, religion, culture, disability, etc.
1.2 Describe how direct or indirectdiscriminationmayoccur in the work setting. Directdiscrimination is when something (promotion, money...
- discrimination because of a disability or medical condition.
* Sizeism- discrimination because of someone’s physical size.
* Appearance- children who wear glasses or are small may be laughed at or made to feel different by adults or other children.
* Poverty/social class- children may not have the...
may not discriminate against a person on
he basis of his/her age.
• This covers directdiscrimination, indirectdiscrimination, harassment, victimisation.
• There are some exceptions, for example employers
are not obliged to employ staff over the age of 65.
The Gender Recognition Act 2004...
involve not only in their own lives but everyone around them.
Understand how to work in an inclusive way.
2.1) Describe key legislation and codes of practice relating to Diversity,
Equality, Inclusion and Discrimination in adultsocialcaresetting.
There are various pieces of...
place. Indirectdiscrimination refers to an implicit form of discrimination which is usually unintended. Directdiscrimination is explicit and occurs as a form of intended actions and this can be sex, age, or racial discrimination. Because indirectdiscrimination is usually unintended, it is critical...
response to individual need
Inclusion: placing individuals at the centre of planning and support; valuing diversity
Discrimination: directdiscrimination; indirectdiscrimination; treating some
individuals less favourably than others; effects of discrimination. Deliberate and
Discrimination could take the form of stereotyping, making assumptions, patronising, humiliating and disrespecting people, taking some people less seriously. Discrimination could be direct or indirect, and both are covered by equality & diversity legislation.
Directdiscrimination is where one...
vocational training on the grounds of sexual orientation. Directdiscrimination – treating people less favourably than others on grounds of their sexual orientation.
Health & SocialCare NVQs
Indirectdiscrimination – applying a condition, principle or practice which...
improvements in equality for disabled people may also prove effective in promoting best-practice in the organisation.
4.1 Describe ethical dilemmas that may arise in own area of responsibility when balancing individual rights and duty of care
When employed in a health or socialcaresetting, we are...
daily basis and how to deal with them in a calm and professional manner. As a socialcare worker we have a duty of care to protect vulnerable adults from harm and abuse.
Every socialcaresetting should have a copy of the SSSC Codes of Practice booklet for all staff to read and adhere to. The Code...
status | Assumptions that only married adults are normal |
Sexuality | People may be avoided or made fun of because they are seen as not normal |
Direct & indirectdiscrimination � directdiscrimination is where the discrimination is open and obvious. For example advertising a job and...
else in the same situation, being treated unfairly.
1.2 How can direct and indirectdiscriminationoccur in the workplace?
A. Directdiscrimination can occur in the workplace because they may be being treated less favourable or treated differently because of their gender, age, race disability...
discrimination; direct and indirect.
Directdiscriminationmayoccur in the workplace in the form of institutional discrimination, whereby people may not think I am as good at working with children and young people because I am a man. Discrimination by individuals including bullying, labelling, prejudice...
to meet their needs
Race Relations Act 1976 & 2000:
Schools have duty to maintain good relationships between people from different backgrounds. Schools now required having a race equality policy in place. The legislation gave powers to tackle racism by making direct or indirectdiscrimination...
UNIT 203 PRINCIPLES OF DIVERSITY, EQUALITY AND INCLUSION IN ADULTSOCIALCARESETTING
1.1 DEFINE WHAT IS MEANT BY
1.2 DESCRIBE HOW DIRECT OR INDIRECTDISCRIMINATIONMAYOCCUR IN THE WORK SETTING
. They also speak different languages; have different cultural beliefs but all the needs are the same, the physical care, affection, love etc.
It is important to respond to diversity positively and to value all children and their families.
There are two types of discriminations; Directdiscrimination...
There are two types of discrimination- direct and indirect.
Directdiscrimination happens when a child or children are not allowed to access curriculum and school activities because of their race, gender or disability, for example when a school does not accept a child because of their disability or...