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Victimisation occurs when a person is treated less favourably as a result of their having taken action under anti-discrimination legislation. This includes indirect involvement such as giving evidence or information connected to any proceedings.
Six main areas of victimization
There are six main areas of victimization, discrimination and harassment:
- Ethnicity and culture see Race and ethnic discrimination
- Sexual orientation
- Religious belief see religious discrimination