Discrimination against other people may a have a huge impact on their self-esteem and self – worth. They may find life really lonely and develop depression and trust issues; this could affect them throughout their whole life. A person with low self – esteem will often give up on a everything earlier than other people or may not want to participate at all because they fear they won’t be able to achieve it. There are four types of discrimination, first; Direct: this is where a person is told they are unable to do something because of their color, race, religion or sex. Second indirect: this would be excluding people from taking part by making rules or practices that affect them negatively for example displaying pictures which only include white people and not multicultural people. Third is institutional: occurs when the policies, systems and procedures in a setting discriminate against a group or groups of people. This happens because the systems and processes were designed without taking into account the diverse needs of groups within the community in relation to their race, disability or gender resulting in some people being treated differently. Last one is individual: where one person views lead to the unfair treatment of another person.