View Equality Act 2010 Section 6 PNG. The equality act 2010 extends protection based on association and perception already applicable to race, sexual orientation and religion or victimisation (defined in section 27 of the equality act 2010) takes place where one person treats another less favourably because he or she has asserted their. The equality duty the equality act 2010 section (149) has created a new public sector equality duty (psed), which repeals the race, gender and disability equality duties contained in the race relations amendment act, the disability discrimination act 2005 and the equality act schedule 27.
It lays out distinctly the different ways in which it is unlawful to treat another person in. The equality act (2010) prohibits discrimination (whether direct or indirect) against people who possess one of the protected characteristics, listed above. · the equality act 2010 provides a single, consolidated source of discrimination law.
The primary purpose of the act is to codify the complicated and numerous array of acts and regulations.
5 section 1 of the equality act 2010. The act also imposes obligations on those concerned with the provision of services to the public, or to a section of the public, whether in the private, public or voluntary sectors. The equality act 2010 includes provisions that ban age discrimination against adults in the provision of services and public functions. It simplifies the law, removing inconsistencies the equality duty is set out in section 149 of the act.