If you've been treated unfairly because of who you are, it may be unlawful discrimination. To find out if you are someone who mustn’t be discriminated against see this section of the Citizens Advice website.
You may have been treated unfairly in some situations, but this is not always against the law. Understanding what counts as discrimination can be complicated.
For help in how to spot discrimination and how to take action to stop it see this section of the Citizens Advice website
If you have been discriminated against in the workplace or when applying for jobs, see this section of the Citizens Advice website.
If you've experienced an act of violence or hostility because of who you are or someone thinks you are, you may have been the victim of a hate incident or hate crime. For more information, see this section of the Citizens Advice website.
The Equality Advisory and Support Service can provide further help about discrimination matters and has an Adviceline for those needing extra help. More information can be found here on their website.
A range of discrimination factsheets is available here.