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Discrimination

Overview

In this lesson pupils will develop their understanding of the term ‘discrimination’. Pupils will consider what makes them unique and learn which characteristics are protected under the Equality Act. Pupils will examine different acts of discrimination and discuss how these acts impact upon individuals and society.
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