Phone 0117 924 8662, Monday-Friday, 9:30am-4:30pm

Phone 0117 924 8662, Monday-Friday, 9:30am-4:30pm


If you have been treated unfairly or less favourably from other people, this may be discrimination. You are protected from discrimination by law.

Protected characteristics are: sex; age; gender reassignment; being married/in a civil partnership; being pregnant or on maternity leave; disability; race; religion/belief or lack of religion/belief; sexual orientation.

Download our discrimination flyer here – or contact us for printed copies.

Discrimination at work

We may be able to help if you have suffered discrimination at work (or applying for work).

Discrimination – not at work

We may be able to help if you have had an experience as a customer; user of public services; renting property; in education (e.g. school exclusions) or as a member or guest of a private club or association.

How we can help

If you live in Bristol and feel you have suffered discrimination, then contact us on 0117 924 8662 or email us

If you live elsewhere: we may be able to help you if you qualify for legal aid. You can check eligibility here: Civil Legal Advice (CLA) – GOV.UK (

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Further support and information

Equality & Human Rights Commission (EHRC)

Bristol Hate Crime & Discrimination Service (we are partners)

Equality Act: How you can be discriminated against

ACAS: Advice for employers and employees

EASS: Equality Advisory and Support Service

Her Majesty’s Courts Service


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