It is against the law for anyone to hassle you or treat you unfairly because you have made a complaint or for providing evidence or information for a complaint. This is known as victimisation.

You can make a separate complaint of victimisation if you have been victimised.

In some cases a victimisation complaint has been upheld even when the original complaint of discrimination was not.

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