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the act or an instance of distinguishing

the ability to distinguish, especially to recognize small differences or draw fine distinctions

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The symbol for Zero Discrimination Day is the butterfly, widely used by people to share their stories and photos as a way to end discrimination and work towards positive transformation.
Brill Research Perspectives: Comparative Discrimination Law
Hispanics who experienced discrimination had average stress levels of 6.
edu/) The University of Texas at Austin's School of Social Work and co-author of the study, said the study results show that the type and the frequency of discrimination play an important factor.
I argue that the lived experience of discrimination should determine employment discrimination doctrine and not the other way around.
These findings suggest perceived health care provider discrimination was uncommon, especially when compared with general discrimination.
the Netherlands) present a collection that incorporates both Chinese and European perspectives on employment discrimination and anti-discrimination labor law in their respective jurisdictions.
The survey, which is the third discrimination Eurobarometer' in a row, was carried out between 29 May and 15 June 2009, with a sample of 26,756 people interviewed in 30 countries.
There are a number of laws that protect employees against discrimination in the workplace and there are currently six strands of discrimination law.
7 million settlement to a black firefighter who claimed racial discrimination.
The tax treatment of damages and legal fees and costs varies according to the type of underlying claim, Congressional action providing an above-the-line deduction for legal fees for discrimination claims and a recent Supreme Court decision in Commissioner v.
In interpreting human rights legislation, Canadian courts have identified not only the direct discrimination prohibited in the clause above, but adverse effect discrimination.
This requires states and local governments with a history of significant discrimination to obtain approval from the Department of Justice or a federal district court before they can make changes in election procedures.
Equal Employment Opportunity Commission released the number of discrimination charges, by type of discrimination, that it received in FY 2004, along with the monetary benefits recovered for charging parties and other aggrieved individuals during that term (which doesn't include monetary benefits obtained through litigation).