The Equality Act 2010 ensures that everyone is protected from being discriminated against.
Under the Equality Act 2010, it is illegal to discriminate against an individual on the grounds of any of the following protected characteristics;
Detainees at immigration detention centres are expected to be treated with dignity and respect at all times and they should not be subjected to any discrimination.
Immigration detention centres are obliged to carry out all duties in accordance to the Equality Act.
If you have been subject to discrimination by an officer or a member of staff at an immigration centre then you should contact Duncan Lewis Action Against Public Authorities solicitors as soon as possible.
Our solicitors can advise on making a complaint against an immigration detention centre regarding discrimination. As a result of certain time limits we urge clients to get in touch as soon as possible if they want to pursue a compensation claim for discrimination by prisons.
Duncan Lewis may be able to secure legal aid, or to offer a no win no fee arrangement for advising on immigration detention centre discrimination cases and complaints – with competitively priced rates for privately funding a claim or After the Event (ATE) insurance, if either legal aid is unavailable or where a no win no fee basis is not possible.
For expert legal advice on actions against public authorities and immigration detention centre discrimination, do not hesitate to call Duncan Lewis Action Against Public Authorities solicitors in confidence on 0333 772 0409.