What Are the Causes of Discrimination?


Discrimination is defined as prejudicial treatment of a person based on the group or category they belong in. The various causes of discrimination include the race of an individual, ethnicity, age, gender or sex and colour.
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Discrimination is brought about by different racial backgrounds, religion, sex, different cultural views and backgrounds and politics. One's identity is the major source of discrimination in the world today where they are denied their human rights.
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