tika LGBT me ture
I roto i te Hau Amui no Marite, E te iwi LGBT tika motuhake. Ētahi tika whakawhirinaki i runga i te wahi koutou ora. Pānuitia mō tika LGBT i mahi, tika whare, me ture anti-whakaweti. Kimihia atu e pā ana ki te tiaki ture mō te iwi LGBT.
In the United States, LGBT people have specific rights. Some rights depend on where you live. Read about LGBT rights at work, housing rights, and anti-bullying laws. Find out about legal protection for LGBT people.
LGBT tu mo te wahine moe wahine, takatāpui, taera rua, me transgender transsexual ranei. Pānuitia mō LGBT me te ake whakamāramatanga, pērā i queer, te patapatai me te intersex. Whakahāweatanga tikanga te tukinotia rerekē te mea o to koutou tau, sex, ira, hōkakatanga ranei. Ko reira ki te ture i roto i te USA ki whakahāwea ki te iwi i te hapori LGBTQ. Otiia whai kore katoa nga ture, a he rerekē katoa i runga i te whenua waiaro ki te hapori LGBT. He mea nui ki te mohio ko te aha te ture i roto i to koutou āhua.
LGBT stands for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender or transsexual. Read about LGBT and more definitions, such as queer, questioning and intersex. Discrimination means being treated differently because of your age, sex, gender, or sexuality. It is against the law in the USA to discriminate against people from the LGBTQ community. But not everyone follows the laws, and attitudes toward the LGBT community are different all over the country. It is important to know what the laws are in your state.
tika LGBT i mahi
LGBT rights at work
e kore e taea e tō kaitukumahi whakahāwea ki a koutou mo te te LGBT. kaimahi katoa i te tika e whai ake nei:
Your employer cannot discriminate against you for being LGBT. All employees have the following rights:
- e kore e taea e tō kaitukumahi faahepo koe ki te kōrero e pā ana ki ranei he LGBT koe.
- e kore e taea e tō kaitukumahi tawai koe hanga ngahau e pā ana ki to koutou tuakiri ranei.
- e kore e taea e tō kaitukumahi kia mahi koutou ake mahi ranei whiua koutou no te mea e koutou LGBT.
- e kore e taea e tō kaitukumahi ahi koutou mo te LGBT.
- Your employer cannot force you to talk about whether you are LGBT.
- Your employer cannot insult you or make jokes about your identity.
- Your employer cannot make you do more work or punish you because you are LGBT.
- Your employer cannot fire you for being LGBT.
I tua atu i enei tika taketake, i reira e rerekē tika mō ngā kaimahi tūmatanui, me te tūmataiti. kaimahi Public mahi mo te mataeinaa, kāwanatanga, ranei kāwanatanga motu - hei tauira i te kura tūmatanui rohe. kaimahi Private mahi hoki pakihi, pērā i wheketere toa ranei.
Beyond these basic rights, there are different rights for public and private employees. Public employees work for the county, state, or national government – for example at a local public school. Private employees work for businesses, such as factories or stores.
Ture tiaki kaimahi tūmatanui i te pupuhi hoki ratou tuakiri. Otiia, ki te mahi koe i i te kamupene tūmataiti, whai ai koutou mahi rerekē ture me ngā mahi e pā ana ki inonotitanga. A, no te tīmata koe i tou mahi, kōrero ki tō tari rauemi tangata ki te whai koe i pātai. Ka puritia e ratou o koutou pātai me ngā mōhiohio tūmataiti.
Laws protect public employees from being fired for their identity. But if you work at a private company, your job might have different rules and actions about harassment. When you start your job, talk to your human resources department if you have questions. They will keep your questions and information private.
Kaimahi ki HIV
Employees with HIV
Iwi i roto i te hapori LGBT whai auau teitei o HIV atu i te iwi tika. HIV Ko te huaketo ma'i e patu i tō pūnaha ārai mate. Ka taea e arahi te reira ki te mate ka karanga AIDS. Iwi ki HIV Me wa ki te haere ki te tākuta, me te ki te tango pakaru, ki te he ngenge ratou. Ka taea e koe te tango i te wā i utua atu ki te haere ki te whakatū. Ka taea e koe te ani i te tauturu ki te kore koe e ongo'i pai. e kore e tō rangatira i ki te mea ae.
People in the LGBT community have higher rates of HIV than straight people. HIV is a contagious virus that attacks your immune system. It can lead to an illness called AIDS. People with HIV need time to go to the doctor and to take breaks if they are tired. You can take paid time off to go to appointments. You can ask for help if you are not feeling well. Your boss does not have to say yes.
Ki te whai koe i HIV, te nuinga o ngā wāhi mahi i ki te pupuri i tūmataiti koutou tūnga. e kore ratou e taea e korero atu kaimahi iwi ranei i waho o te mahi, ki te he koe HIV pai. Otiia ki te he to koutou mahi iti iho i te 15 iwi, e kore e koutou rangatira i ki te pupuri i tenei tūmataiti.
If you have HIV, most workplaces have to keep your status private. They cannot tell other employees or people outside of work if you are HIV positive. But if your work has less than 15 people, your boss does not have to keep this private.
e kore e taea e tō rangatira ahi koe no te mea i a koutou HIV. Engari ka taea e ratou ahi e koe, ki te he koe mate rawa ki te mahi i to koutou mahi. he pono hoki kaimahi tūmatanui, me te tūmataiti katoa tenei.
Your boss cannot fire you because you have HIV. But they can fire you if you are too sick to do your job. This is true for all public and private employees.
Ki te e mōhiotia koe, whai koe i te taua tika rite tahi atu kaimahi LGBT. Ko te ti'amâraa e aroturuki whakahāweatanga wähi mahi e kore e taea te titiro ki tō raraunga. e kore e taea e tō kaitukumahi whiua koutou ki te pūrongo ki a koutou whakahāwea. Ko te ture tenei. Ko koutou kaitukumahi ai pūrongo koe ki ngā ratonga manene. e kore te tenei whakaaetia, engari ētahi wā tupu te reira. Kimihia ētahi atu pārongo i runga i tika mōhiotia i mahi.
If you are undocumented, you have the same rights as other LGBT employees. The agency that monitors workplace discrimination cannot look at your citizenship. Your employer cannot punish you if you report discrimination. This is the law. But your employer might report you to immigration services. This is not allowed, but sometimes it happens. Find more information on undocumented rights at work.
tika LGBT i roto i te whare
LGBT rights in housing
Mō 50% o te iwi LGBT i roto i te United States mea e kua ratou aukatia ki ka titiro hoki whare. e kore e te taua i roto i nga āhua tika Housing.
About 50% of LGBT people in the United States say that they have been discriminated against when looking for housing. Housing rights are not the same in every state.
tēnei wā, 20 āhua me te District o Columbia ture tautoko e mutu te whakahāweatanga transgender. Ki te haea koe te hoko taonga i roto i aua āhua ranei:
Currently, 20 states and the District of Columbia support laws that stop transgender discrimination. If you rent or buy property in those states:
- e kore e taea e te iwi te ui e pā ana ki to koutou ira hōkakatanga ranei.
- e kore e taea e te iwi te tahuri atu ia koutou, no te mea he transgender takatāpui ranei koutou.
- e kore e taea e te iwi faahepo koe ki te waiho i te mea he transgender takatāpui ranei koutou. Ki te whai koe i te riihi kirimana ranei, Ko reira ture hoki ki a koutou noho.
- People cannot ask about your gender or sexual orientation.
- People cannot turn you away because you are transgender or gay.
- People cannot force you to leave because you are transgender or gay. If you have a lease or contract, it is legal for you to stay.
He pea atu ki te kia manene iwi LGBT. Ki te ko koe manene tēnei wā, e kore e koe anake. Ka taea e koe te titiro hoki ki te whakaruru noho i roto i te pō. e kore ai LGBT whare me wharau whakaputa ratou wāhitau. Ko tenei ki te tiaki i te haumaru o te iwi e noho ana i reira. koutou pokapū hapori LGBT tata te āwhina kia kitea koe he whakaruru kore te e whakarārangitia. kia āwhina i hoki ratou kitea koe atu whare wā roa-.
LGBT people are more likely to be homeless. If you are currently homeless, you are not alone. You can look for a shelter to stay in overnight. LGBT housing and shelters might not publish their addresses. This is to protect the safety of people living there. Your nearest LGBT community center may help you find a shelter that is not listed. They may also help you find more long-term housing.
Place haumaru Ko tētahi hōtaka motu mō te iwi taitamariki e hiahia whawhati tata te tauturu me te haumaru. tapanga Place Haumaru whakahaere rite 'Places haumaru' Ka taea e te wahi iwi LGBT haere i roto i te ohorere. Ka taea e Places hei whare pukapuka, teihana ahi, ratonga pāpori, me te ake. ka pupuri ratou koutou haumaru, me te āwhina ia koe. Ki te kore ratou e taea e te āwhina koe ki tou raruraru, ka kitea e ratou tetahi atu nei e taea e.
Safe Place is a national program for young people who need emergency help and safety. Safe Place labels organizations as ‘Safe Places’ where LGBT people can go in an emergency. Places can be libraries, fire stations, social services, and more. They will keep you safe and help you. If they can’t help you with your problem, they will find someone else who can.
Whakaweti Ko te kupu noa e whakamahia ana ki te kōrero e pā ana ki te inonotitanga. Whakaweti ngā mea mea ware me te ahua o te whakapā tinana e hiahiatia tetahi. Cyberbullying Ko ina e tuku te tangata karere ware whakawehi ranei online. te nuinga o tupu tenei i roto i pāpāho pāpori pērā i Facebook.
Bullying is a common word used to talk about harassment. Bullying includes saying mean things and any kind of unwanted physical contact. Cyberbullying is when someone sends mean or threatening messages online. This usually happens through social media such as Facebook.
Ka taea e Whakaweti tupu ki te iwi o tetahi tau, me te ko te take nui i roto i te USA. i roto i te 21 āhua me te District o Columbia, Ko reira ki te ture ki te houtamaki te tangata no te mea o ratou ira hōkakatanga ranei. Ki te te whakaweti koe te tangata i roto i to koutou wāhi mahi, korero atu ki tou kaiwhakahaere.
Bullying can happen to people of any age and is a serious issue in the USA. In 21 states and the District of Columbia, it is against the law to bully someone because of their gender or sexual orientation. If someone is bullying you in your workplace, tell your manager.
Ki te te te whakaweti tō tamaiti i te kura, kia kōrero koe ki to ratou kaiako. e kore ai e koe e ora i roto i te āhua i reira he ture whakaweti. Otiia ara kahore taua ture, Me tiaki ngā kura ratou ākonga me kaimahi. Ka kōrero rangatira kura ki te houtamaki. Ki te he nui te raruraru, ka pea te houtamaki kia whiua.
If your child is being bullied at school, you should talk to their teacher. You might not live in a state where bullying is illegal. But even without such laws, schools must protect their students and employees. School officials will talk to the bully. If the problem is serious, the bully will probably get punished.
tango whakahaere Ture take mō te iwi nei i ite whakahāwea. He whakahaere whānui me ngā rōpū LGBT. tautoko whakahaere LGBT hiahia motuhake, me te mahi i te rota o te mahi mo te hapori LGBT.
Legal organizations take cases for people who have experienced discrimination. There are general organizations and LGBT organizations. LGBT organizations support specific needs and do a lot of work for the LGBT community.
Lambda Ture ko te LGBT motu whakahaere āwhina ā-ture nui. Helpdesk Lamda Ture o Ka taea e te arotake i tō take, me te hono atu koe ki māngai rohe.
Lambda Legal is the biggest national LGBT legal aid organization. Lamda Legal’s helpdesk can review your case and connect you to local representatives.
homai te ACLU tokoni ture noa ki te iwi nei tika e te tūkinotia. He hōtaka mō ngā tika LGBT te ACLU me tohu iwi LGBT te hunga kua mauiui. Ki te hiahia koe i te tauturu ture, kitea tō tauwāhi tata ACLU.
The ACLU gives free legal help to people whose rights are being abused. The ACLU has programs for LGBT rights and represents LGBT people who have been harassed. If you need legal help, find your nearest ACLU location.
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