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Discrimination means that you are treated worse than others based on your gender, religion, age, sexual orientation or because of where you come from. It is also discrimination if you are treated worse than others because, for instance, you are in a wheelchair or are visually impaired, or because you feel that your gender doesn’t match your body. It is illegal to discriminate against anyone.
Sexual harassment is when a person does or says something that is related to the body or sex, which another person finds unpleasant. Sexual harassment is never OK. In fact, it can be a crime.
You should make a police report if you think that you have been a part of something illegal, or if you have witnessed a crime.
Sexual assault is when a person is forced or coerced into sexual acts. You can get help if you have been sexually assaulted. It is also a crime.
Every person has the right to make decisions regarding their own body. This is a human right. But what does it mean?
Human trafficking is when someone exploits you to get money. For example, someone might decide that you have to sell sex or drugs. Human trafficking is illegal for the person forcing you to do something, but you are not committing a crime. It’s not your fault that someone is using you. You can get help to get out of the situation.
Human trafficking is when one or more people exploit you to get money. For example, they might force you to sell sex, steal, work or sell drugs.
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