Lists the nine types of discrimination recognised by the Employment Equality Acts and explains the difference between direct and indirect discrimination. Also covers how harassment and victimisation are treated under the equality legislation. Then looks in more depth at disability discrimination, discrimination due to pregnancy and age discrimination. Finally explains where the burden of proof lies in discrimination cases and sets out the level of redress the Workplace Relations Commission can award.

Equality legislation

Discrimination

Harassment

Victimisation

Disability

Pregnancy

Age

Burden of proof

Redress

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