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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