What is an example of anti discriminatory practice?

What is an example of anti discriminatory practice?

DVDs such as ‘Care Values’ (produced by Key Stage Comedy) provide good examples of anti-discriminatory practice in action. The evidence for LO1 could take the form of a training session for care workers about equality, diversity and rights.

What are discriminatory Practises?

Discriminatory practices means practices that discriminate on the basis of race, sex, sexual orientation, age, religion, color, ancestry, handicapped status, marital status, or arrest and court record.

How does a charter promote anti discriminatory practice?

Most health and social care professionals have a charter or code of practice, which members have to follow. Code of conduct as a whole promotes anti discriminatory practice because they ensure that all service user are treated equally and ensured that the treatment which they receive is suitable for the service user.

What is the purpose of anti-discriminatory practice?

Anti-discriminatory practice is fundamental to the ethical basis of care provision and critical to the protection of people’s dignity. The Equality Act protects those receiving care and the workers that provide it from being treated unfairly because of any characteristics that are protected under the legislation.

What is PCS discrimination model?

The PCS Model refers to the need to recognise that discrimination operates at three separate but interrelated levels, the personal, cultural and structural which interact with one another. The PCS Model attempts to explain how and why discrimination occurs and therefore leads to internalised oppression.

Why is Section 15 of the Charter important?

Section 15 of the Charter makes it clear that every individual in Canada – regardless of race, religion, national or ethnic origin, colour, sex, age or physical or mental disability – is to be treated with the same respect, dignity and consideration.

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