Bullying is not a lottery, and it does not occur in a vacuum. More protective factors and fewer risk factors increases the possibilities for a safe and inclusive environment without bullying.
Acoso y violencia escolar
The manual "Preventing Violence in Educational Institutions" is designed for educational leaders, teachers, psychologists, and social educators in general secondary education institutions, as well as pedagogical students.
This manual includes a regulatory compilation titled "Protecting Children from Violence in Educational Institutions" and a practical guide "Preventing Violence in Educational Institutions".
The guide offers practical measures for preventing violence, responding to incidents, and supporting all parties involved. Developed with the collaboration of key stakeholders, this resource emphasizes anti-discrimination measures and addresses issues related to HIV.
Addressing education managers and teachers, the manual "Prevention of Violence in Educational Institutions" offers practical guidance. Exploring causes, types, and consequences of violence, it presents administrative and educational strategies.
The video series, developed with the support of UNESCO IITE, offers a comprehensive and engaging approach to health education for adolescents.
In collaboration with national experts, UNESCO IITE created a series of video lessons for grades 6-11, focusing on healthy lifestyles. Designed for both in-person and remote learning, they enhance students' understanding of well-being.
The United Nations Girls’ Education Initiative’s (UNGEI) Gender at the Centre Initiative (GCI) is an international collaboration between civil society and international organizations, aimed at promoting gender equality in education across eight pilot countries in sub-Saharan Africa.
Cineáltas: Action Plan on Bullying is Ireland’s whole education approach to preventing and addressing bullying in schools.
This brief argues that despite knowing the huge scale and wide-reaching impacts of SRGBV, as well as many examples of what works to end it, not enough is being done politically to end violence in schools, and to recognise and address the gendered drivers and dimensions of violence.