Discrimination is treating a person or particular group of people differently, especially in a worse way from the way in which you treat other people, because of:
Sexual orientation (CambridgeDictionary, 2015).
Health and social care services should meet the needs of people from all backgrounds. No-one should be treated less favourably than anyone else because of their religion, belief, sex, age, sexual orientation or disability.
WHAT DISCRIMINATION OCCURS IN TAHIR’S CASE
Tahir is being discriminated because of his cultural as his boss doesn’t allow him time off to celebrate the festival of Diwali as his boss believes that everyone should celebrate local public holidays.
Tahir is being discriminated because of his religious
COMMUNICATION OR SHARING OF INFORMATION (relate to equality act+ community care act)
Under two acts above there should be inclusion
LEVELS OF DICRIMINATION
There ae different levels of discrimination that can occur.
WHY DISCRIMINATION MAY HAVE OCCURED IN TAHIR’S CASE
LACK OF KNOWLEDGE
LACK OF SELF-AWARENESS
CONFLICT OF CULTURES
NO PARTNERSHIP WORKING
EFFECTS OF DISCRIMINATION TAHIR MAY HAVE EXPERIENCED
LOW SELF ESTEEM AND IDENTITY
When a person begins to not feel good about themselves or who they are they begin to lose where they feel they belong in society and can feel lost.
This is when a person begins to feel less likely than others to succeed from having power, authority or influence. In Tahir’s case discrimination may cause him from apply for other jobs reducing his chances of moving on to better jobs reducing his opportunities.
This is the process in which someone is pushed to the edge of society or a group. This usually happens in social circles where the minorit is ecluded and their needs and desires are ignored.
Restricted opportunities is being given no choice.
Depression can occur because Iof discrimination as a person feel like negative and