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How much do you know about human right?

Check the questions to see how much you know about human rights. It consists of 20 questions, and you can check the results by clicking the “View Results” button.

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01 Making a joke to boost the mood can be a human rights violation (e.g., sexual joke, Discriminatory joke, etc.).
02 Compliments about somebody's appearance can also be sexual harassment.
03 Making a sexual joke or evaluation of appearance about celebrities or another person in front of a co-worker/friend can be sexual harassment.
04 Sexual harassment only exists in female and male relationships.
05 If there is no sign of refusal, and a person remains silent or laughs together, then it is an agreement.
06 I can clearly say 'No' or that something is unfair to another person.
07 I can admit and accept other people’s feelings can change (e.g., from like to dislike or hate).
08 Even if the other person has rejected my approach, it is not a problem to continue to express my feelings of attraction toward the person.
09 If I do not want some physical contact from another person, I can decline it directly.
10 Touching the back, shoulder, or any other part of the body without asking for consent is sexual harassment.
11 Gestures like cheek kisses, and hugs are only greetings. Because these customs are normal greetings in my culture, if somebody is upset or dislikes this physical contact, it is only a cultural difference. These gestures can never be sexual harassment.
12 When sexual harassment or human rights violation occurs, in some cases, the case is the victim's fault as well.
13 If a person invites you to a room, this is sexual consent.
14 If I am close enough with a person, then I don’t need any consent when I make any physical contact.
15 Other person’s rights can be violated to ensure my rights.
16 The actions that are permitted or commonplace in my culture are also permitted or commonplace in KDIS and Korea.
17 I know what human rights are.
18 I know how to respond when my human rights are violated (including the right to sexual self-determination).
19 Staring another person’s body for a while cannot be sexual harassment.
20 Asking or making a comment about appearance, body, race, religion, etc. to close friends is not a human right violation.

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