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.
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.
Il n’est pas toujours facile de savoir vers quelles actions de prévention du harcèlement à l’école se tourner. Cette note vise à identifier, décrire et analyser des programmes de prévention du harcèlement qui ont fait l’objet d’évaluations à large échelle. Cinq programmes ont été retenus.
This report presents the findings of a research project on school-related gender-based violence (SRGBV) conducted by Overseas Development Institute (ODI) and the Institute for Development (IfD) in partnership with UNICEF Sierra Leone and its partners, Community Initiatives for Rural Development (
This analytical report presents a scientific review of the prevalence and impact of violence against children (VAC) (specifically, those forms that most affect school-aged children), and its relationship with educational opportunities and students’ academic achievement.
This study characterises rates of physical and sexual violence against adolescent girls and compares rates of violence against girls who are enrolled versus unenrolled in school, to contribute to an understanding of the relative risks associated with school attendance.
Schools are a key channel in formal reporting of violence against children, but this channel broke down with the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic. We study how widespread such reporting declines are, and to what extent they were recovered once re-openings begin.
Around 35,000 teachers, 81% of whom were from Latin America, were surveyed for a UNESCO study as part of the Safe to Learn initiative to end violence in schools.