It is unlawful for employers to discriminate against employees because of race, which includes colour, nationality, ethnic origins and national origins.
NHS organisations have a statutory duty to promote racial equality and good relations between people of different racial groups.
Direct race discrimination is where an employer treats an individual less favourably than someone of a different racial group because of race. Direct Race Discrimination
Direct discrimination that occurs because of an employee’s association with someone of a different race is unlawful. Direct Race Discrimination
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