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to eliminate or adjust requirements are conditions to enable a person to carry out the essential duties of an activity or job.

Accommodate

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the place were people live or want to live.

Accommodations

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giving advantages to groups who have been discriminated against in the past.

Affirmative Actions

4

a qualification that would normally be considered a discrimination but is necessary for proper of efficient job performance.

Bonafide Occupational Requirement

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the person making an allegation of discrimination.

Complainant

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bringing conflicting parties to a resolution of their differences.

conciliation

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employment policies that inadvertently exclude certain individuals, resulting in discrimination.

Constructive Discrimination

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an overt act of discrimination.

Direct discrimination

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areas or buildings designated for public use.

facilities

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the most serious part of an accusation.

gravamen

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persistent behaviour that violates the human rights of a victim

harassment

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the right to receive equal treatment, to be free form prohibited discrimination and harassment, and to have access to places, services, and opportunities.

Human rights

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intervention between conflicting parties that promotes compromise or settlement of the dispute.

mediation

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an uncomfortable or disturbing atmosphere created by the negative comments or behaviour of others.

poisoned environment

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a preconceived opinion based on a stereotype of inadequate information.

prejudice

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legally convincing unless disproved by contrary evidence.

prima facie

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person who allegedly discriminated

respondent

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unwelcome sexual contact, remarks, leering, demands for dates, requests for sexual favours, and displays of sexually offensive pictures or graffiti.

sexual harassment

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having an oversimplified, standardized, or fixed judgment of a group of people.

stereotype

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the result of a change that would affect the economic viability of an enterprise or produce a substantial health and safety risk that outweighs the benefit of the accommodation

undue hardship

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making a distinction between people and treating them differently on the basis other than individual merit.

discrimination

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legal documents that protect people from prohibited discrimination

human rights code