Kazakhstan has launched a campaign "SOS Ainalaiyn" against bullying in schools
Ainalayin SOS started its development by distributing social posters that showed how children suffer from bullying. The authors of this program personally created all social posters that reflect all possible forms of bullying and bullying of children in schools.
Co-author of the project Diya Batenova noted that many adults remain on the sidelines, arguing that children should deal with this on their own. She is sure that this is not right and adults should help their children in solving such problems.
Within the framework of" ainalayin SOS", it is planned to openly discuss the problems of bullying in open lessons, class hours and other similar events in schools. It is planned to attract those people who are responsible for the safety of children while they are in the school. The company's organizers hope that the company will eventually be supported by government agencies.
According to UNICEF, in the Republic of Kazakhstan, about 66% of children face discrimination in schools. According to the same UNICEF, those students who are bullied at school are five times more likely to think about suicide than those who were not bullied at school.
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