Everyone has the right to feel safe, and to be safe, all the time.
Sometimes your body can let you know that you’re not safe – you might feel sick, have butterflies in your stomach, start to sweat, feel wobbly or jittery, or feel your heart pounding.
If a situation or person is making you feel unsafe, you should tell someone you trust.
Part of being safe is understanding that your body belongs to you, and that no-one can touch it without your permission, or consent.
Knowing what respectful relationships look like can helps keep us safe too. Take a look at this video about respectful relationships: