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Direct Discrimination

Published December 07, 2018 Author: servian

Discrimination can be broken down to several categories – such as direct, indirect or victimisation. Direct discrimination is when an individual, or group, of people are treated less favourably than another person, or group, because of their background or certain personal characteristics such as sexual orientation, gender, and more.

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