victimisation


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Synonyms for victimisation

an act that exploits or victimizes someone (treats them unfairly)

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Large-scale victimisation as a potential source of terrorist activities; importance of regaining security in post-conflict societies.
The four types of discrimination are: direct discrimination indirect discrimination harassment victimisation Q.
has now ruled Miss Hare had not proved the facts from which they could conclude the council had committed an unlawful act of victimisation.
And the tribunal agreed that it was evidence that he had been subjected to racially motivated victimisation.
A Merseyside police spokeswoman said: ``Mr Husain made two complaints of race discrimination and two complaints of victimisation.
Dr Joseph's study, called Peer Victimisation and Post Traumatic Stress in Adolescents, assessed 331 school pupils in England.
The DIG informed the participants that 1,152 women faced victimisation in the form of assault, honour killing, abduction, domestic violence and workplace harassment during more than last 6 years.
Bullying and victimisation rates among students in general and special education: A comparative analysis.
Connectedness, loneliness, peer support, safety, school bullying, victimisation
Moving on to review a recent case law development, Durrani v London Borough of Ealing considered the issue of victimisation.
Researchers have found that LGBT young adults who were victimized in school because of their identity reported much higher health and adjustment problems compared to their peers with lower levels of victimisation.
ISLAMABAD, May 15 -- The government is pursuing a policy of "accommodation and reconciliation" because it does not believe in political victimisation, said Prime Minister Yousaf Raza Gilani on Friday.
A fifth of nearly 2,000 people aged between 16 and 64 who were surveyed admitted to being the subject of some form of sexual harassment or victimisation or serious sexual assault.
Associations between stalking victimisation and psychiatric morbidity in a random community sample.