What Is Institutionalized Discrimination?

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Institutionalised discrimination is the unfair and usually indirect mistreatment of a person through the systems, operating procedures, policies and laws of large organisations. Discrimination of this kind can be based on race, gender, nationality, sexual orientation or age.
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