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DISCRIMINATION - DISCRIMINATION LAW
WHAT IS DISABILITY DISCRIMINATION?
You may have been discriminated against because of a disability if someone has treated you or proposes to treat you less favourably than a person in the same circumstances as you and has done so because you suffer a disability. Such treatment is illegal under the Disability Discrimination Act. Disability discrimination can occur in many areas of public life including employment, education, access to premises, the provision of goods, services and facilities and the provision of accommodation.