Seksualinis priekabiavimas ir teisinė atsakomybė už jį.
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The author analyses sexual harassment and legal liability for committed unlawful acts, which invoke certain legal consequences. The acknowledgement and implementation of human rights and freedoms is a necessary element of civil society and the rule of law. Having acknowledged the natural status of human rights and freedoms in the Constitution, the Republic of Lithuania has committed itself to respect them, to ensure their protection, to safeguard them from any illegal infringement or restriction. Universal Declaration of Human Rights sets forth that every person has a right to an equal protection from every form of discrimination and instigation to discriminate. Sexual harassment is a form of discrimination on grounds of one’s sex. Sex discrimination is prohibited by the Constitution of the Republic of Lithuania. Article 29 of the Constitution establishes equality of persons before the law, the court, state institutions and officials. Human rights cannot be restricted and privileges cannot be granted on grounds of one’s sex, race, nationality, language, origin, social status, religion, convictions or opinion...
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