This week you have looked at three protected characteristics – disability, race and sex – in more detail, exploring key issues and improving your understanding of what discrimination means for individuals with those characteristics.
You should now be able to:
- describe key aspects of discrimination due to disability, race or sex in the workplace
- reflect on a range of issues related to disability, race or sex in the workplace
- identify actions that you could take personally and organisationally to address these issues.
Next week, you’ll continue this exploration of protected characteristics, and consider the contribution that social capital makes to discrimination and lack of inclusion.
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