As a practitioner one thinks that every organization has a responsibility that they should develop strategies to discourage discrimination and ensure equal opportunity to every one, however one thinks that the discrimination does exist in certain cases when someone is treated in less favorably, this sort of discrimination exist a lot in children and young people and often takes place by name calling and teasing.
Discrimination often takes place a lot in work setting when people think that because of their skin colour it makes them superior then others , and sometimes children's being refused admission to nursery or school just because of the colour of their skin, religion their culture.
There are also harsh feelings amongst people because of their age, it is often older people that get discriminated, however in saying that one thinks that young people is well get discriminated because people think that are too young to have a say in something because they not wise enough yet.
One thinks that people with disability are discriminated a lot because they are not provided with appropriate facilities and services.
1.1.3 Explain how practices that support equality and inclusion reduce the likelihood of discrimination.
Definition of inclusive practices are varied, but broadly it is about ensuring that there are no barriers that would exclude people, or make it difficult for them to fully participate in society, practices also ensure that people with disability or special needs are looked after properly and participate fully with other children's, It could mean by providing them with proper facilities such as ramps for wheelchair users, toilets and lifts for easy access to their journeys on trains or any form of public transport.
As a practitioner one thinks that there are lot of activities that promote equality of opportunity for people from different backgrounds, culture or religion, so people can learn...