Do you think you have been treated unfairly? The Equality Commission can give you free, confidential advice if you think you may have suffered unlawful discrimination.
The law protects you against discrimination on grounds of race, gender, age, religion or political opinion, sexual orientation, or because you have a disability. It covers acts of discrimination at work on all of those grounds. It also covers acts of discrimination in accessing services, or buying goods, or renting, buying or accessing premises on all those grounds except age.
If you want advice from the Equality Commission about unlawful discrimination contact us on: firstname.lastname@example.org or by telephone on 02890 890 890 (Enquiry Line).
The Equality Commission will give advice to anyone who asks for it, and that may help resolve the situation. If not, the Commission may assist you to bring a complaint of unlawful discrimination to a tribunal or a court. Of the cases we assist, the majority are resolved before going to a hearing. In most of the cases settled the Commission has a commitment to work with the employer or service provider to improve and maintain their practices so as to ensure equality of opportunity for everyone.