Direct and Indirect Discrimination

Key Points

  • Discrimination can be directly against an individual.
  • Discrimination can be the indirect result of a more wide reaching provision, criterion or practice.
  • Direct age discrimination and indirect discrimination generally may be justifiable.
  • Motive in direct cases does not need to be established but context is important.
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