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Adjustments - see Reasonable adjustments
Advisors
           See also advice on social security benefits
Agencies - on Employment agencies, see contract workers
Attendance allowance
Association, discrimination by
Associations (private members clubs)
Avoidance (avoiding words, situations etc to be fluent) - effect on whether stammer is a disability
    In summary
    More detail - longer legal consderation


Bullying - in schools


Cases
    employment and "disability" cases specifically on stammering
    Other decided cases are linked off the relevant pages
Changes in law proposed
Channel Islands
Clubs (private members clubs)
Colleges - Further and higher education
Contact me
Contract workers
Conventions, International
Council tax benefit
Courts
    Appearing in court as witness etc
    Taking EqA employment cases to court
    Taking EqA services cases to court
    Taking EqA further and higher education cases to court
Covert stammering - is it a disability?
    In summary
    More detail - longer legal consderation


Devolution
Directives
Disability
    Meaning in Equality Act
    People who stammer not liking to be seen as disabled
Disability discrimination law - outline
Disability living allowance
Disability premium
Discrimination - what is it?
Dismissal - see Employment below


Education
Employment
    Employment - main page
    Examples of the range of jobs people who stammer do
    Examples of reasonable adjustments
    European directive - European Framework Employment Directive
    Unemployment - see social security benefits
Employment agencies - see contract workers and employment services
Employment and support allowance
Email me
Employment Tribunals
    Employment: complaints and going to court
    Cases decided by the Tribunals - see
Cases above
European Convention on Human Rights
    Generally as regards stammering
    As regards education
Equality Act 2010
European Union
    including EU Framework Employment Directive


Further education


Goods and services
        Goods and services - main page
        Some guidelines for businesses and other service providers


Helplines
        Discrimination
        Social Security benefits
Higher education
Housing benefit
Human Rights Act
    Generally as regards stammering
    As regards education
Human Rights - international instruments

Incapacity for work (social security benefits test)
Incapacity benefit
Income support
International declarations and conventions
Internet
        links - to external websites
Ireland
        Northern Ireland
        Irish Republic - links
Isle of Man


Jobs - see Employment above, including Examples of jobs done by people who stammer
Jobseekers allowance


Links (to external websites)


Main Index Page (Discrimination homepage)
Myself


New - main recent changes/additions on the website
Northern Ireland


'Objective justification' test
Outline of disability discrimination law


Perceived disability
Precedents - see Cases above
Promotion - see Employment above
Public authorities
        Public authority functions - application of Equality Act rules on provision of services
        Public sector equality duty


Reasonable adjustment duty
Recruitment - see Employment above
Reasonable adjustments
      employment - see also rules and examples
      goods and services

Schools
Shops - see Goods and services above
Services - see Goods and services above
SDA: Severe Disablement Allowance
Scotland
SEN: Special educational needs
Social security benefits
Solicitors
Stammering (same as stuttering)
        when does it fall within the DDA?
        broader information on stammering - see making services accessible (for service providers) or links on my stammering page
Summary of disability discrimination and stammering


Therapy - effect on whether stammer is a disability within the Equality Act
    In summary
    More detail
Telephone
Treaties, International


UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities


Unemployment - social security benefits
Universities


Volunteers

Wales
Welfare benefits
Work - see Employment above

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