Teen violence in Pacific above global...

Teen violence in Pacific above global average, says UNICEF

Students in most Pacific Island Countries and Territories have been found to face violence in and around the classroom at a much higher rate than the global average, said iolence campaign aimed at schools which found that peer bullying , and corporal punishment as the causes. Around 150 million or half of students worldwide, aged 13 to 15 years have reported experiencing peer-to-peer violence in and around school.

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