Practises that support equality and inclusion reduce the likelihood of discrimination

Practises that support equality and inclusion reduce the likelihood of discrimination, as every individual is treated equally and fairly no matter what gender, age, race or any difference between individuals which therefore reduces discrimination because no one is favoured over any one else based on any characteristic because everyone is treated equally. Practises that promote inclusion reduce the likelihood of discrimination because inclusion means to be included in to a group, which reduces the likelihood of discrimination because everybody is included no matter who they are and are not discriminated on any characteristics. Working in an inclusive way or promoting inclusion allows people to understand and appreciate people’s differences reducing discrimination.