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Disability discrimination is discrimination against people with disability. In many countries there are discrimination laws which make this illegal.

Attitudes towards mental and physical illness and sensory disabilities support prejudice against people with disability.


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The Fair Treatment at Work Survey 2005 found that people with a disability or long term illness were twice as likely as other employees to experience unfair treatment at work

In the year to March 2007, nearly as many claims of disability discrimination (5,533) were accepted by the Employment Tribunals in Great Britain as for race (3,780), age (972), religion (648) and sexual orientation (470) combined (5,870).

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