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Disability Discrimination Act 1995 and the arts

Caroline Gooding

Disability Discrimination Act 1995 and the arts

by Caroline Gooding

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Published by Arts Council of England in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Great Britain

  • Edition Notes

    Statement[written by Caroline Gooding for the Arts Council of England].
    ContributionsArts Council of England.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination18p. ;
    Number of Pages18
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23132833M

    • Recognise responsibilities under the Disability Discrimination Act , EU Directives and other legislation and will follow the relevant DRC Codes of Practice for employment, premises and services. • Strive to provide services, which are relevant to the interests of disabled artists. Playground Checklist for Disability Discrimination Act Compliance 8 Reference Information 12 Useful Contacts 12 page one A GUIDE TO THE DISABILITY DISCRIMINATION ACT TThhiiss ppuubblliiccaattiioonn iiss ffoorr ggeenneerraall gguuiiddaannccee oonnllyy.. EEaacchh ppllaayy aarreeaa mmuusstt bbee sseeppaarraatteellyy aasssseesssseedd.

    On 2 December , the Disability Discrimination Act (the Act) brought in measures to prevent discrimination against disabled people. Part III of the Act is based on the principle that disabled people should not be discriminated against by service providers or those involved in the disposal or management of premises. Subject to. Disability Discrimination Act The Act (as amended) identifies three ways in which an employer might discriminate against a disabled employee. Firstly, by virtue of S.3A(1) by treating him or her, for a reason related to his or her disability, less favourably than he treats employees to whom that reason does not apply.

    List of disability discrimination acts Australia Disability Discrimination Act Canada Ontarians with Disabilities Act () (only in Ontario, no other province has disability protection) United Kingdom Equality Act (prior to October the relevant legislation was the Disability Discrimination Act as amended) United States of America. Disability Discrimination Act (DDA) Source: A Dictionary of Dentistry Author(s): Robert IrelandRobert Ireland. A UK act of parliament which makes it unlawful to discriminate by actions or attitudes against people with disabilities in.


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Disability Discrimination Act 1995 and the arts by Caroline Gooding Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Disability Discrimination Act is an Act of the Parliament of the United Kingdom which has now been repealed and replaced by the Equality Act (), except in Northern Ireland where the Act still applies.

Formerly, it made it unlawful to discriminate against people in respect of their disabilities in relation to employment, the provision of goods and services, education Long title. Disability Discrimination Ordinance Pakistan National Policy for Persons with Disabilities South Africa Promotion of Equality and Prevention of Unfair Discrimination Act, United Kingdom Equality Act (prior to October the relevant legislation was the Disability Discrimination Act as amended) United States of America.

Disability Discrimination Act CHAPTER An Act to make it unlawful to discriminate against disabled persons in connection with employment, the provision of goods, facilities and services or the disposal or management of premises; to make provision about the employment of disabled persons; and to establish a National Disability Council.

The Disability Discrimination Act is an Act of the Parliament of the United Kingdom which has now been repealed and replaced by the Equality Act (), except in Northern Ireland where the Act still applies.

Formerly, it made it unlawful to discriminate against people in respect of their disabilities in relation to employment, the provision of goods and services, education Repeal date: 1st October (England and Wales; Scotland). Created Date: 1/3/ PMFile Size: 8MB.

2 The Disability Discrimination Act The Disability Discrimination Act (DDA) has been introduced in stages commencing 1st December (see Appendix 1 for the detail of the timetable). Enforcement of the Act The Act is not enforced by local authorities but is a civil action enforced by the Courts.

Disability Discrimination Act (c. 50) CHAPTER 50 ARRANGEMENT OF SECTIONS Disability Discrimination Act 1995 and the arts book I DISABILITY 1. Meaning of “disability” and “disabled person”. Past disabilities. Guidance. PART II EMPLOYMENT Discrimination by employers 4. Discrimination against applicants and employees.

Meaning of “discrimination”. Size: KB. This article presents a theoretical critique of the employment provisions of the Disability Discrimination Act (DDA) (), focusing on the definition of disability. It argues that the underpinning medical assumption of the statutory definition of disability is detrimental to the achievement of disability equality in the workplace and is Cited by: Disability discrimination Disability discrimination occurs when a person is treated less favourably, or not given the same opportunities, as others in a similar situation because of their disability.

The Disability Discrimination Act (DDA) makes it unlawful File Size: 1MB. The lawyer and campaigner Caroline Gooding, who has died aged 55 of breast cancer, played a crucial role in bringing about the Disability Discrimination Act (DDA) and, four years later, the Author: Bob Niven.

These are the sources and citations used to research Employment Law, Disability Discrimination Act This bibliography was generated on Cite This For Me on. How to Cite. Kloss, D. () Appendix E: Disability Discrimination Act Guidance on Matters to be Taken into Account in Determining Questions Relating to the Definition of Disability () (excerpts), in Occupational Health Law, Fifth Edition, Wiley-Blackwell, Oxford, UK.

doi: /app5. Throughout this book you will see this CD icon used this tells you that there is an electronic version of the material you are looking at available on the CD Rom that accompanies the book. Disability Discrimination Act A practical guide to pre-school inclusion London: SAGE Publications Ltd doi: / Dukes, Chris.

Introduction to the Disability Discrimination Act. The Disability Discrimination Act (from now on referred to as the DDA) was introduced in to end discrimination against people with disabilities.

It has been continually expanded and revised over the years, with the most recent change being in It covers a number of areas, these. The Equality Act and the United Nations (UN) Convention on disability rights help to enforce, protect and promote your rights.

Print entire. The UK's Disability Discrimination Act contains important rights and duties in respect of employment and occupations, trade organizations and qualifications bodies, the provision of goods and services, the disposal and management of premises, public transport, and education.

Disability Discrimination: Law and Practice provides an authoritative and up-to-date analysis of. Disability Discrimination Act The concept of disability employed will be evaluated with reference to current social models of disability.

These will be employed to evaluate to what extent, if at all, the Act’s definition accords with the contemporary models of disability. The definition of disability will be.

Equality Act / Disability Discrimination Act (DDA) In Great Britain, the Equality Act protects the rights of disabled people in the workplace while in Northern Ireland similar rights are enshrined in the DDA – as well as providing some protection to people associated with disabled people, such as carers.

The Disability Discrimination Act 1. The Act prohibits discrimination against disabled people in a range of circumstances, covering employment and occupation, education, transport, and the provision of goods, facilities, services, premises and the exercise of public functions.

Only those. It marks 20 years since the landmark Disability Discrimination Act (DDA), 40 years since the Sex Discrimination Act and 50 years since the Race Relations Act. To celebrate the anniversary of the DDA, watch our video which celebrates the passing of the Act, its context and its impact along the road to equality.

The Act also includes permanent, temporary and contract workers, as well as full-time employees. It covers any employees or potential employees with a "physical or mental impairment", which has long term effects on their ability to carry out day to day tasks.

It also covers people who have had a disability in the past.What counts as a disability. There are rules about what the law counts as a disability, when considering whether or not discrimination has taken place.

Find out what counts as disability under the Equality Act Disability discrimination at work.The Equality Act and disability committee has concluded that laws designed to address disability discrimination were “not working in practice”, while government spending cuts were having “a hugely adverse effect on disabled people”.