I have an issue about transport
Discrimination in relation to services happens when you are treated less favourably than other people, because of who you are.
All kinds of public transport and travel services which operate in Ireland are covered by the Equal Status Acts 2000 – 2015 (ESA).
There are different kinds of discrimination which might happen in relation to public transport or travel services. For example, you might be refused a service because you are a member of a particular group covered by the ESA, or because you are with a person covered by a particular group or because the staff think you are such a person.
If you think that you have been discriminated against you can make a complaint to the Workplace Relations Commission.
Do you think that you have been discriminated against?
- Check if your situation is covered by the law.
- Find out what to do if you think that you are being, or have been discriminated against.
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