Danish schools lacking anti-bullying strategies

Lucie Rychla
January 26th, 2016

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Students in Esbjerg will help formulate new prevention plan

One in three Danish public schools has no strategy to prevent and tackle bullying (photo: Empathy Reboot)

Every third public school in Denmark still lacks a strategy for the prevention of bullying, reveals a survey carried out by Red Barnet, a non­-profit organisation that promotes children rights.

The rate is unchanged since a report in June last year.

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Red Barnet and the Danish Association for Schools and Parents (Skole og Forældre) are therefore launching a project in Esbjerg to discuss anti­-bullying strategies that could be implemented in August when the new school year starts.

Children, parents, experts and school leaders will be included in the discussions to make sure the strategies work in practice, Mette With Hagensen, the head of Skole og Forældre, told DR.


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