Age discrimination protections should be extended to cover the provision of goods, facilities and services, according to the Equality Commission for Northern Ireland.
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More workers are facing age discrimination due to the rise in national minimum wage rates, a charity has claimed.
There is no protection against age discrimination in the provision of goods, facilities and services for anyone in Northern Ireland.
Age discrimination in goods and services is not unlawful in Northern Ireland, but young people are calling for change.
Allegations of age discrimination brought by senior civil servants have cost the taxpayer nearly £70,000 even though the tribunal they launched to take up their case was abandoned.
Two of Northern Ireland's finance minister Sammy Wilson’s most senior officials yesterday claimed in public that they are being subjected to age discrimination by his department.
A Northern Ireland teenager has received compensation at an industrial tribunal after winning a case of age discrimination against her employer.
In Northern Ireland, a preacher who sacked a woman from his dry cleaning business after she took an age discrimination case against him has been ordered to pay her nearly £25,000 for victimisation
A woman won £6,000 compensation for age discrimination. Then three weeks later got fired. She then won a further £25,000 in a victimisation claim.
Older people in challenge to new NI Assembly. Older people in Northern Ireland are challenging would-be assembly members to address age discrimination.
Their are calls on the new assembly to introduce legislation to protect older people who have been refused insurance, health care, and access to financial services. NI is not covered by Equality Act.