Voting, the law and your rights are all things that affect your life in significant ways. It's important to know as much as possible about your rights and the way the law affects you.
This section also looks the different rights that you are entitled to - as a consumer, employee, tenant, young person and as an individual.
It also looks at what's involved in the voting process including how to register and what else you can do when you're old enough to vote.
In this section:
Being bullied doesn't mean there's anything wrong with you. There are things you can do to stop it.
An overview of consumer rights - your rights when you buy a product or service - and what you can do if those rights are infringed.
Crime and victim support
If you or someone you care about have become a victim of crime, we have some information to help.
Discrimination and harassment
If you or a friend are being discriminated against or harassed, you can do something about it.
Making a complaint
How to make a formal complaint about a service, an employer, an organisation, the police, public transport, a store, a bank or someone else.