Iscrimination law Indirect Discrimination

The question is . .

1. The concept of indirect discrimination focuses on the effect of a certain measure or practice, rather than on the reasons behind it. It recognizes that some actions can hurt members of vulnerable groups in an unfair and unjustifiable way and may perpetuate
their disadvantaged position in society, even though this
consequence may be unintentional. Trace the development of the concept up to the present day. How successful has it proved in tackling the more hidden and institutionalized forms of
discrimination?

(first)
Critical, insightful evaluation and synthesis of issues and material which
includes an original and reflective approach
Clear evidence of relevant application of theory and/or empirical results,
where applicable
Comprehensive knowledge and in-depth understanding of principles and
concepts
Extensive evidence of integrating appropriate supplementary sources
Comprehensive referencing and bibliography
Excellent, well-directed presentation, logically structured, using correct
grammar and spelling

(2:1)
Critical evaluation and synthesis of issues and material which includes
some original and reflective thinking
Clear evidence of relevant application of theory and/or empirical results,
where applicable
Comprehensive knowledge and depth of understanding of principles and
concepts
Extensive evidence of reading supplementary sources
Comprehensive referencing and bibliography
Well-directed presentation, logically structured, using correct grammar
and spelling

(2:2)
Critical evaluation and synthesis of issues and material
Evidence of relevant application of theory and/or empirical results, where
applicable
Wide knowledge and depth of understanding of principles and concepts
Evidence of reading supplementary sources
Comprehensive referencing and bibliography
Good presentation, logically structured, using correct grammar and
spelling
Michael Connolly, Discrimination Law, First Edition, 2006, Sweet and Maxwell.

The referencing system to be used is the oxford system.