The most qualified should be hired to fill the position. | * Disability discrimination follows the same legal principles as gender discrimination. The company violated company policy, Title VII, and the guidelines of the EEOC. Disability discrimination includes a variety of physical and mental impairments that prevent employers from hiring someone. * The Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 protects people with disabilities from wrongful employers.
Sharon Christopher Unit 203 Introduction to equality and inclusion in health, social care or children's and young people's settings Q5.1 Explain what is meant by: Diversity: differences between individuals and groups eg culture, nationality, ability, ethnic origin, gender, age, religion, beliefs, sexual orientation, social class. Equality: individual rights; giving choices; respect; services in response to individual need Inclusion: placing individuals at the centre of planning and support; valuing diversity Discrimination: direct discrimination; indirect discrimination; treating someone less favourably than others; effects of discrimination. Q5.2 Describe ways in which discrimination may deliberately or inavertently occour in the work setting A5.2 Discrimination may deliberately occur in the work place because they may be being treated less favourable, or treated differently because of their gender, age, race, disability, sexuality, or religion. Discrimination may inadvertently take place when a rule or policy that applies equally to everybody is more restrictive for people from a certain group. For example if a company gives information about its policies only in English.
1.1 Identify the legislation and policies that are designed to promote the following. 1.2 Explain how they influence the day to day experiences of individuals with learning disabilities and their families. Human Rights The Human Rights Act 1998 This act has many rights; amongst them are the right not to be discriminated against. The Mental Capacity Act 2005 This act states that everyone should be treated as able to make their own decisions until it is shown that they are not able to. Disability Discrimination Act 1995 and 2005 The Disability Discrimination Act (DDA) aims to protect disabled people from discrimination.
The national and local contexts of safeguarding and protection from abuse Q1 Identify current legislation in relation to safeguarding giving six examples. (1.1) Your Answer 1. Sexual Offences Act.2003 It`s a part of Act prohibits sexual abuse of vulnerable persons with a mental disorder. An Act to make new provision about sexual offences, their prevention and the protection of children from harm from other sexual acts, and for connected purposes. Act gives a comprehensive list of sex offences to protect individuals from abuse and exploitation, and is designed to be fair and non-discriminatory.
Language barriers and the availability of court interpreters intrude into the process of justice and prevent essential communication and understanding. This ultimately negates some of the basic strengths and values of the criminal justice system. In order for all individuals to be afforded equal justice and for courts to achieve their mission by making equal justice accessible to all. The court systems must develop viable systems to provide competent interpretation services those who are impaired/disabled, limited and non-English Speakers. All states and the federal government have laws establishing victims’ rights.
| The Children Act 1989 | This is a UK Act for the protection of the child from significant harm. it ensures that the child is supported, safe and cared for, by setting standards. | Race Relations (Amendment) Act 2000 | This Act protects racial equality and ensures that no person is discriminated against on the grounds of their race, it promotes good relations between people of different ethnic backgrounds. | Disability
The Equality Act 20102 encompasses and simplifies the previous Acts governing Race Relations, Sex Discrimination and Disability Discrimination, and the trainer must create an environment that complies with each of these components. For instance, ensuring that racist or sexist comments are not made in the classroom, or inappropriate images are not used in presentations. Furthermore, they may have to think of alternative techniques that a disabled person might use in a first aid situation. 4. Where children under 19 or vulnerable adults under 25 are students, the trainer must be complaint with the Protection of Children Act 19993.
Will the Changes in Australia’s Racial Discrimination Act 1975 make Austrarian citizens vulnerable to being unfairly discriminated against or humiliated due to their race? Introduction Rutton (2013: 12) points out that Australian Prime minister and Attorney General, Tonny Abbott and George Brandis respectively, are seeking to repeal the section 18c in the racial discrimination act 1975. The changes include scrapping off Section 18c of the Act. Section 18c of racial discrimination Act 1975 protects persons and groups of people of different race or national or ethnic origin from being insulted, humiliated, offended or intimidated. Inherently, Australia is a multicultural society and each person should have a right of feeling welcome.
Leticia Gomez Diversity Proposal School, College and University Each school, college and university should reinforce administrative approach with respect to minorities in society and not just utilize it as a reason to make understudies uncomfortable by saying they are for it when they could offend individuals by race or sex. The reason legislative strategy in regarding minorities in society was made is to reinforce understudies who have experienced a lot, and subsequently, aren't segregated, however rather have the same equivalent open door. An activity that needs to be taken is for the schools, college's staff needs to be more included, and a beyond any doubt that kindred staff to understudies aren't permitting segregation to happen. Another
Promote equality, diversity and inclusion in work with children and young people Current legislation and codes of practice to promote of equality & valuing of diversity There are nine main pieces of legislation The Equality pays Act 1970 The Sex Discrimination Act 1975 The Race Relations Act 1976 The disability Discriminations Act 1995 The Employment Equality (Religion or Belief) Regulations 2003 The Employment Equality (Sexual Orientation) Regulations Act 2006 The Employment Equality (Age) Regulations2006 The Equality Act 2006 part 2 The Equality Act (Sexual Orientation) Regulations 2007 Importance of promoting the rights of all children & young people to participate & equality of access All Children have the right to access all the opportunity that is being offered to them. The school has a duty to have equal access regardless of what their background is e.g. Race, Culture, Background, Gender, Special Educational needs. This is important so that pupils could get the best possible start in life, by making good life choices, able to support themselves, achieve the best also involving everyone and participating in every aspects of the school and curriculum. Importance & benefits of valuing & promoting cultural diversity in work with CYP Opportunities are given to all children about other cultures and ethnic background, to understand and value the cultural diversity in the community and around the world.