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Discrimination Law Association Briefings: EAT considers the claimant’s perception when evaluating allegations of harassment


In an appeal against a decision that the use of a sacred religious phrase in a security training exercise was not harassment under the s26 of the Equality Act 2010 (EA), the EAT provided guidance on the relevance of the claimant’s perception when evaluating the allegations of harassment.

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By  Nina Khuffash

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