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This is the take home exam answers from 2013 Autumn session for anti-discrimination law the answers and questions are only the ones from 2013.

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In understanding policy goals of the Anti-Discrimination Act you can see that the purpose1 of the act is to ‘promote equality of opportunity between all persons’ and to make any such acts which do not ‘in curtain circumstances’ ‘unlawful’.2It would appear as though the aim for such laws is not only equal treatment of individuals but to understand that there will be needs to deviate from equal treatment principals such as in instances where pregnant women should not be treated as men but understanding that for equality there requires a deviation. 3 Also understanding policy goals assists in understanding ‘special measures’ or social inclusions4 of which allows discrimination which would appear to oppose the goals however assists its purpose for example in Gerhardy5e...
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