Disability Discrimination

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Under the Equality Act 2010 (EqA 2010), disability discrimination can take four forms: •

Direct discrimination because of disability. •
Discrimination arising from disability. •
Indirect discrimination against someone with a particular disability. •
A failure to comply with a duty to make a reasonable adjustment.
The EqA 2010 also contains provisions concerning disability harassment and victimisation.

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