Narrated by Hazel, East Midlands Champion.

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Try again: prejudice isn’t a form of discrimination although it can cause discrimination

Try again: prejudice is mostly unconscious

Try again: prejudice is common and everyone has prejudices, many of which they may not be aware of.

Try again: this could lead to discrimination but wouldn’t be discrimination in itself

Try again: this isn’t direct discrimination although it is a type of discrimination

Try again: this could lead to discrimination but wouldn’t be discrimination in itself

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Try again: someone can indirectly discriminate without making negative assumptions about people with mental health problems

Try again: this could lead to indirect discrimination but it doesn’t describe indirect discrimination

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Try again: this isn’t indirect discrimination although it is a type of discrimination

Try again: Unfortunately many employers still discriminate against people with mental health problems, stopping them from getting and keeping jobs

Try again: Many people say that discrimination can exclude them from day-to-day activities

Try again: Some discrimination is intentional, but especially indirect discrimination can happen without the person or organisation intending to discriminate

Correct: Discrimination against people with mental health problems is only illegal if the mental health problem is a disability

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Try again: mental health self-stigma is something that is experienced by people with mental health problems

Try again: self-stigma isn’t directed towards other people but towards the self

Try again: how someone views mental health can be an important part of their culture and it doesn’t necessarily mean they’re self-stigmatising if they don’t believe mental health exists for these reasons