The practice or policy of refraining from discrimination.(noun)
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Use "nondiscrimination" in a sentence
""For quite a long time most of the American public has supported the idea of nondiscrimination against gays and lesbians in employment," says Herek."
"So-called nondiscrimination rules prohibit a company from letting " highly compensated " workers contribute a substantially greater percentage of their salaries than other employees do."
"McCurry agrees with the notion of nondiscrimination, as the FCC described it in a statement adopted in 2005: Consumers are entitled to "access the lawful Internet content of their choice"; "run applications and services of their choice"; and "connect their choice of legal devices that do not harm the network.""