The effects could be: - * Physical – Signs of poor health, self harming, attempting suicide * Emotional – Loss of self worth, leading to physical trauma * Social – Social exclusion, no one to talk to, lack of friends * Intellectual – Not wanting to learn & Withdrawing from places of learning Discrimination come in different forms: - Gender Religion Age Race Sexuality 1.3 Inclusive practice is about the attitudes & approaches taken to ensure that people are not excluded or isolated. It means supporting diversity by accepting and welcoming people’s differences, and promoting equality by ensuring equal opportunities for all. Having a sound awareness of and responding sensitively to an individual’s needs supports them in developing a sense of belonging, well-being and confidence in their identity and abilities. And it helps them to achieve their potential and be an equal within the
The problem that some people observe is that practices that cross over the line to provide preferential status to protected groups can result in less qualified people getting jobs and actually reinforcing negative stereotypes when compared to people who are fully qualified. The solution has been to try to only implement action in cases where candidates are equally qualified, and then only until the proportion of smaller groups reaches the proportion found in the population itself. This reduces
Direct - Where one person is treated less favourably than another is, has been or will be treated in a comparable situation b. Indirect - Where an apparently neutral provision, criterion or practice will put persons at a disadvantage, compared with other persons Also included in discrimination are harassment and victimisation. 2. Describe ways in which discrimination may deliberately or inadvertently occur in the work setting. Discrimination deliberately or inadvertenly could occur when someone someone could ignore a colleague, because they are discriminating them purposely, they come from a different area/class/culture/religion etc or they may not actually have anything to do with them because they feel they have nothing in common with them.
What is needed is a way of getting on the plane that will suit everybody’s needs without showing them up and treating them in a way that is worse than other people · Inclusion - allowing people to be involved no matter thier age, race, gender, abilities and disabilities. · Discrimination - the treatment of an individual because of thier age, race, gender and disabilities. 1.2 Describe the potential effects of discrimination. There are three areas of potential for the effect discrimination has • Physical- Signs of poor health. self harming, attempting suicide, cutting, etc.
The Old Soviet concept that Airstrip One abide to makes all the decisions for its civilians, leaving people with freedom to not have to choose. This resulted in constant scrutiny where even thoughts are monitored by the thought police. While some, those who over rely on authority, may find it gratifying of its presence for it will ensure them to not go astray from the party, others see the true purpose behind this act. As Winston said “thoughtcime does not entail death: thoughtcrime IS death”, it is evident that he sees the limitation possessed in this “security”. He wants to rebel to break out of the encapsulation, he wants the freedom TO choose.
There are many ways in which direct discrimination may occur in social care setting for example; different levels of pay for the same job, bullying or excluding an individual whether it be from group activates or from training and job opportunities because of race, gender or religion etc. There are also many ways in which indirect discrimination may occur in adult social care setting for example; having inadequate facilities for those with disabilities, making demands on the workforce which ma disadvantage some employers such as using complicated language. Biii- Describe Ways of Working That Are Inclusive And Support Anti- Discriminatory Practice. Accepting and welcoming diversity and respecting and valuing differences. Taking in to consideration of other people’s views, opinions and specific needs, for example planning actives so that all can be involved regardless of disability or age etc.
Unit 203 : Principles of diversity,equality and inclustion in adult social care settings Direct discrimination can be a less favourable treatment which includes bullying or harassment. Similar legal definitions of indirect discrimination and harassment apply in respect of sexual orientation, religion, age, gender and disability. Most people will understand what direct discrimanation is. Indirect discrimination happens when the effects of a certain requirments, conditions or practices imposed by a employer has an adverse impact disproportionately one one group or another. Indirect discrimination usually occurs when a rule or condition which is applied to everyone can be met by a considerably smaller group of people, this rule will be to their disadvantage and it can not be justified on other grounds.
Not labelling or stereotyping individuals that we meet. Inclusion is about ensuring there are no barriers that exclude people or make it difficult to participate in society. This means working to reduce any barriers or obstacles that prevent people living their lives as fully and as equally as all others. This can be achieved by providing information in audio format or braille, providing automatic doors, making sure that the processes for obtaining support are easy to access and by asking what changes need to be made for an individual to participate and then making the changes happen. Discrimination is when a person or a group of people are treated less favourably than everyone else.
2.Describe ways in which discrimination may deliberately or inadvertently occur in the work settings Direct discrimination can occur in the workplace because you can be treated less favourable / differently/lower standard of care because of your age,race,gender,disability,sexuality or religion,ethnicity,culture,mental health.Service provider must be aware of their prejudicies and avoid providing a different standard of care or support the the individuals they are working with. Indirect discrimination could occur when a rule or policy that applies equally to everybody is more restrictive for people from a certain group. We can give as example a company which gives information about its policies only in English or a council which providesinformation about it`s homeless applications procedure in English, and then people whose`s first language is not English have an unfair disadvantage and could be seen as indirect discrimination. Supporting equality and inclusion reduce the likelihood of discrimination as they show that everyone is equal in their own right and should be treated as
Being treated less favourably than someone else in the same situation, being unfairly disadvantaged or excluded. You can have direct and indirect discrimination.