Discrimination in England and Wales
Discrimination in England and Wales is recognised as the act of treating someone less favourably on unjustifiable grounds.
The laws of discrimination in England and Wales was introduced in the 1970's and updated in the 1990's to prevent uncontrolled and entrenched prejudicial attitudes and practices. In the 1960's the common law had developed no restrictions on discrimination and while the law itself did not discriminate, they failed to prevent discrimination against individuals. Legislation on race, sex and later, disability discrimination was introduced to protect individuals, as well as…
- About England. Contains Government, Rulers, Ecomony, etc
- Defining Racism and the Difficulties of Proving Discrimination
- Discrimination in England and Wales
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