When you get treated unfairly by someone regardless of your sex, gender, race or religion can be an act of discrimination. Discrimination can occur in school, workplace, homes or public places. Discrimination act can happen to anyone either adult or child. There are few types of discrimination such as direct, indirect, harassment and victimization. Discrimination act can affect victim both physical and emotional effect. People in the UK get protection against discrimination with the aid of the Equality Act 2010. People who get unfairly treated should report this incident to the proper chain of authorities to prevent reoccurring of the same situation. A legal action can be taken if you feel you have been unfairly treated. Some good approaches to challenge discrimination are by communicating, reporting, and training.
One of the most important of all life skill is to being more effective in communication. Sending messages and information to people can be done in a form of communication. Through communication, information can be sent in a form of verbal, non-verbal and written. From sender through to receiver is how communication is process.