Your Rights as a Discriminated Person

Updated on Monday 24th July 2017

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Individuals worldwide are discriminated for varied reasons like race, disability, religion, being transsexual or having different beliefs, these being known as protected characteristics. From the beginning, we mention that discrimination is against the law in the UK and individuals charged with such offences can be punished in accordance with the law. If you find yourself accused of discrimination or you are a discriminated person, it is suggested to talk to one of our criminal defence solicitors in London and understand your rights.
 

Protection for discriminated people in UK


The legislation in the UK, in particular the Equality Act 2010 and Human Rights Act 1998, protects the rights of discriminated persons in education, as consumers, at work, when using public services or when acquiring assets in the country. The same law includes protection for persons who support someone’s claim regarding a discrimination. As for the cases when persons are accused of discrimination in an unfair manner, these are seriously taken into consideration. To avoid possible punishments in discrimination cases in the UK, a proper legal representation in front of the authorities is mandatory. Our criminal solicitor in London is able to provide you with legal support and advice if you have been accused of discrimination in the UK.
 

Types of discrimination in the UK


The discrimination comes in varied ways like direct, indirect discrimination or harassment. The victimization is also part of discrimination and involves someone who is treated in an unethical manner because he/she complained about harassment. The direct discrimination regards persons with protected characteristics treated less satisfactorily than other individuals. As for the indirect discrimination, this situation involves certain rules which apply to everyone, but not a particular person, with the intention to offer difficulties. Our criminal lawyers in UK can represent offenders in front of the authorities if they are found guilty of discrimination.
 

The discriminated persons and their rights in UK


According to the Equity Act 2010, discriminated persons have the right to make a complaint in this matter and also to ask for his/her legal rights. The same individuals can make a claim in the court of law in the UK, of course, with proper counselling from a criminal solicitor in London. It is good to know that less severe cases can be solved with mediation, a matter where you can also receive support from our advisors.

Discriminated persons or individuals accused of discrimination are counselled to get in touch with our team of criminal defence solicitors in London and receive suitable help.

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