Advice on dealing with racist bullying

 

Macau is a multi-racial and multi-faith country and everyone has the right to have their culture and religion respected by others. Nobody has the right to call you names or to treat you badly because of your colour, race, religion or ethnic background. It's illegal and it can be stopped. 

 

What schools have to do about racist bullying

Schools and governing bodies have a duty to ensure that no one do not face any form of racial discrimination, including attacks and harassment.

 

Racism means you are subjected to abuse and harassment because of your race, colour or beliefs,  or ethnic background. If you are being bullied in this way you must tell your parents and ask them to write to your head teacher about it. Keep a diary of who says and does what because that will help the school to see where the bullying is taking place.