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Indirect discrimination is when there is a rule or requirement that is the same for everyone but unfairly affects some people.
For example, an employer has a policy that people need to be 180cm or taller to do a certain job, which could indirectly discriminate against women and some ethnic groups (sex or race discrimination).
Another example is a qualifying body excluding everyone with diabetes from registration for safety reasons, which could indirectly discriminate against individuals whose diabetes is controlled and would not impede them from doing the job safely. This is called in other term as disability discrimination.
Something can be indirect discrimination if it has a worse effect on you because of your:
• gender reassignment
• marriage or civil partnership
• pregnancy and maternity
• religion or belief
Indirect Discrimination effects to the society:
It results in:
• feeling of guilt
These often translate into depression, loss of interest, eating disorders and stress-related ailments.
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