Cases of sexual harassment usually remain silent, producing multiple consequences for the victims of these harassments. On the other hand, awareness and knowledge of what constitutes sexual harassment are often lacking. In general, there is a lack of information on identifying sexual harassment, the forms in which it can be presented and the ways it can be prevented or reported. However, sexual harassment can be prevented or reported by following the steps guaranteed by law, which are presented in this handbook.
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