Is it possible for a claimant to claim compensation from an employer for indirect discrimination?

Under the Equality Act 2010, indirect discrimination applies to all of the protected characteristics except pregnancy and maternity. Employment tribunals have the power to award compensation in successful cases, but in cases of unintentional indirect discrimination (that is, where the tribunal is "satisfied that the provision, criterion or practice was not applied with the intention of discriminating against the complainant" (s.124(4)(b))) the tribunal must not make an award of compensation until it has first considered whether or not to make a declaration or a recommendation.