Violence inside schools is everyone’s responsibility

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the spread of violence within schools, whether violence is between students against each other, or by teachers against students, or by students against teachers, is a phenomenon which is a result of multiple components, starting from poor upbringing within the family, the social environment in which the student grew up, the methods of violence that parents follow in solving the simplest problems, the surrounding environment from bad classmates, and the shortcomings in the educational process in teaching the student methods of dialogue and not resorting to violence, and the lack of control by the family and school. In addition to that, the media effectively contributes to this phenomenon through its interesting embodiment of violent behaviour in Egyptian society which develops a desire within the students developed to emulate this behaviour. Thus, the school community became a theatre in which violent behaviours are not only practiced, but individuals learn patterns for this behaviour.

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The Forum for Development and Human Rights Dialogue (FDHRD) issues a report titled “Violence in Schools is Everyone’s Responsibility”

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