The Sector Skills Development Agency
The Security Industry Authority
The Serious Organised Crime Agency
Sir John Soane’s Museum
The Standards Board for England
Student Loans Company Ltd
The Sub-Treasurer of the Inner Temple or the Under-Treasurer of the Middle Temple, in his capacity as a local authority
The Tate Gallery
The Training and Development Agency for Schools
Transport for London
The UK Film Council
The Victoria and Albert Museum
The Wallace Collection
The meaning of unlawful discrimination - a brief overview of the Sex Discrimination Act 1975 and Equal Pay Act 1970
The Sex Discrimination Act 1975 (SDA) prohibits discrimination against individuals in the areas of employment and vocational training, education, in the provision of goods, facilities or services, in the disposal or management of premises and in the exercise of public functions. It also prohibits discrimination in employment and vocational training against married people and civil partners, and people who have undergone, or who are undergoing or are intending to undergo, gender reassignment.
Victimisation because someone has tried to exercise their rights under the SDA or the Equal Pay Act 1970 (EqPA) is prohibited.
The SDA applies to women and men of any age, including children.
The SDA applies to England, Wales and Scotland.