To distinguish, single out, or make a distinction. In the context of civil rights law, unlawful discrimination refers to unfair or unequal treatment based on certain characteristics, age, gender, disability, religion etc. In the UK you are protected from discrinination by the Equality Act 2000 at work/in education, as a consumer, when buying/rent property and using public services.
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