Unlawful stalking typically refers to the act of repeatedly following and harassing a person against their will. You could be a victim of unlawful stalking if a person does the following to you: Follow you Spy on you Loiter at your home or places you frequent Show up at your home or workplace uninvited Leave…

There are many forms of sexual harassment. They can be single incidents, or even a behavioural pattern happening over a period of time. Examples include: Making unwelcome physical contact such as touching, rubbing, patting, massaging Making derogatory comments, jokes, and questions of a sexual nature Taking sexually explicit photos of someone’s body, and sharing them…

Sexual harassment refers to any unwelcome behaviour or gesture, verbal or physical, of a sexual nature. Victims of sexual harassment suffer from feelings of distress, humiliation, or offence. Unless consent has been given freely and voluntarily by a person, any unwelcome actions taken on them count as sexual harassment, which is a criminal offence. It’s…

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