If you are treated unfairly – for example, by a landlord or estate agent, when you are renting or buying a property and it’s because of who you are, it may be unlawful discrimination. If you have experienced unlawful discrimination, you may be able to do something about it.
There are many examples of subtle forms of racial discrimination. In employment, it can take the form of failing to hire, train, mentor or promote a racialised person. Racialised persons may find themselves subjected to excessive performance monitoring or may be more seriously blamed for a common mistake.