The unfair treatment of people based on protected factors such as The concept of categorising people into groups that are generally linked to their own or their ancestor’s place of birth, usually defined by shared physical qualities, such as skin colour, nationality, and ethnicity. For example, Black, Asian, Aboriginal, African American, Native American, White, Māori, Pacific Islander, or other races., A group of people who choose to identify with each other based on shared attributes such as traditions, ancestry, language, history, culture, society, nation or religion. For example, Jewish, Hispanic, Latinx, Pakistani, Irish Traveller, Arab, or other ethnicities. Ethnicities can be chosen by an individual and can combine different aspects of an identity, such as Chinese Scottish., religion, age, An individual’s personal sense of who they are romantically and/or sexually attracted to., An individual's personal sense of having a particular gender, which can match the sex they were assigned at birth, or differ from it., marital status, The social standing of an individual group or person, which combines education, income, occupation and other social and economic factors to determine their ranking or privilege in society., physical disability, learning difference or A secondary psychiatric condition directly influenced by environmental factors such as (for example) poverty, systemic oppression, pandemic-induced isolation, or war. Examples of such conditions can include but are not limited to depression and anxiety. .