We have collected instructions, recommendations and contacts, which can help you in the chosen country and situation.
There are no special laws. But insults can be considered “control by coercion,” bullying in the workplace is a violation of the rights of the worker. Bullying also often includes harassment and stalking, both of which are considered offenses. If the aggressor uses racist language, this is a violation.
For example, if a person called you a “Russian whore”, it could be considered a criminal offense if it happened in a public place. You have the right to call the police.
A list of organizations that help children in various situations, including bullying, is here.
A list of organizations, which are fighting against hate-motivated crimes, is here.
Galop organization also operates in the country and helps LGBT people who have suffered from harassment and bullying.
When compiling the instructions, we relied on the help of volunteers and lawyers from different countries. If something went wrong – the organization didn’t respond to you, you found a bug or the instructions weren’t precise enough – tell us about it. Email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org