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“bullying is the common denominator”

Harassment often includes sexual harassment, if the unwanted and negative behaviours are linked to gender or sexual orientation, and racial harassment when the unwanted behaviours are linked to race, cultural background, religious beliefs, or skin colour.

The differences between harassment and bullying are difficult to separate in most incidences and can overlap. Most times harassment can result in a single or small number of incidents, whereas bullying tends to be the accumulation of multiple incidents and over a longer period of time.

Discrimination is when an individual is treated differently, negatively, or less favourably because of gender, sexual orientation, race, age, religion, or physical disabilities or limitations.

Harassment and discrimination can result in both physical and mental health problems, and may include some of the following:

  • Increased levels of stress, anxiety and depression
  • Heightened nervousness and being constantly on edge
  • Hypersensitivity
  • Headaches and migraines
  • Exhaustion and fatigue
  • Irritable bowel syndrome
  • Insomnia and sleep disorders
  • Increased illnesses, such as colds and flu
  • Poor concentration and forgetfulness
  • Post traumatic stress disorder

Most would agree that everyone should be able to work and live without fear of violence or harassment; however discrimination and harassment occur at an alarming and growing rate and are often ignored.

What is Care4?

Care4 has been created to help raise awareness internationally for the cause against Bullying and associated issues.

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