Explain ways in which children and young people experience prejudice and discrimination. Children and young people can experience prejudice and discrimination from other children and adults because of personal attributes they possess these include:- Religion: some schools have a specific religious biased learning environment such as catholic or Christian schools but some pupils who are not of the religion could be singled out and seen as different Race: children can sometime be discriminate against by others because of the race they belong to them might be singled out because they look different due to where they were born or how they talk. Ability’s /disabilities : children and young people can face discrimination when participating in activity’s that single them out if they have a disability that won’t enable them to join in as much as others alternatively if the activity’s level is too low for a child’s ability they might stand out as having a better ability to do it then there friends and be singled out by them. Age Children and young people can experience prejudice and discrimination if they want to participate in a game or activity with friends who might be older and they are unable to due to age Gender Children and young people can experience prejudice and discrimination from other children when they play games that only include boys or only include girls. Due to problems this caused and under the equality and diversity act clubs and groups such as scouts and guides are now uni sex.
Analyse the impact of prejudice and discrimination on children and young people The impact that prejudice and discrimination can have on children can be minor or could deeply impact on their lives. Children who have been discriminated against might become quiet and withdrawn they may start to lack self-confidence and suffer due to how they have been treated this will affect them in there later teens and adult life as they will be unconfident when applying for job and...
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