Bullying, a growing phenomenon among children

Bullying, a growing phenomenon among children


The expert on education, Rinor Qehaja, estimates that there is a lack of institutional response to reduce or eliminate this negative phenomenon that is being caused to children. CE Report quoting KosovaPress

Qehaja for KosovaPress, considers that in order to defeat this phenomenon, a greater education of children by parents is needed. He also asks the responsible institutions to act in this direction, either by raising awareness through campaigns or various lectures in schools.

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