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Describe key legislation and codes of practice relating to diversity, equality, inclusion and discrimination in adult social care settings
As you know, discrimination is an injustice and has devastating effects. [ [ The UK has in place numerous pieces of legislation (laws), rules, regulations, guidance documents and statutory codes of practice, all of which are intended to promote diversity, ensure equality and end discrimination. In other words, they are in place to promote everyone?s right to fair and equal treatment,
regardless of their differences. You may be familiar with the following anti-discriminatory Acts of Parliament and regulations: ] ]
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