Discrimination survey

Discrimination survey

On our second day, we continued working on the project. This morning we discussed in groups the outcome of the surveys carried out in our schools. We talked about the reasons why people discriminate, the situations where it takes place, if we’ve ever been victims of discrimination and how we’ll we act if we see discrimination. The conclusions were that in general we live in a discriminating society, that most people would intervene to stop a situation, that girls are more discriminated than boys and that people tend to discriminate due to religion and skin colour. Finally, the diagrams showed that half of the people in the survey have been victim of discrimination.

  Then, in groups again we discussed dos and don’ts in discriminating situations. Regarding dos, we said to respect all opinions, call the police, help someone who is discriminated, and so on. And don’ts, we said don’t laugh, don’t record a video, don’t spread rumours, and don’t look away.

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