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Homophobia in Workplaces

In 1995, South Africa became the first country in the world to include sexual orientation as a human right in its Constitution.The United Nation Human Rights Council passed the first-ever ...resolution affirming the right to non-discrimination of LGBT persons, regardless of their gender identity and sexual orientation in 2011. This makes South Africa one of the countries with the most progressive laws.
However, this does not immune people from the LGBTQIA+ community from being discriminated against because of their sexual orientation.
In this video insert, we explore the impact homophobia has on Lgbt+ members in workplaces and the dangers of homophobia. Lastly, inclusivity and representation play a significant role in addressing discrimination in workplaces, we find out the role of unions and the law when dealing with homophobic related cases and ways to eradicate homophobia in the workplaces.
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