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A Series of talks exploring society and the law which consider broad areas relating to the changing perception of what constitutes acceptable behaviour within society.
It's against the law for an employer to discriminate against you because of your sexual orientation. You're also protected against harassment or bullying at work.
There are support services, information and advice available across Northern Ireland for people newly diagnosed or living with HIV.
Hate crime is a crime against a person usually because of their race, religious belief, sexual orientation, political opinion, gender identity or disability. Hate crime can take many forms...
This page contains a list of approved open umbrella bodies that can provide disclosure services to process standard and enhanced disclosure applications.
Human rights are the basic rights and freedoms that belong to every person in the world. They are based on important principles like dignity, fairness, respect and equality. Your human rights...
Young people who can talk about sex with their parents tend to delay having sex and are more likely to use contraception when they do. However, you may find the idea slightly awkward, or you...
If you have been a victim of crime or abuse in Northern Ireland, there are organisation and groups who can give you free advice, support and practical help to help you deal with the impact of...
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