CHINA Shanghai to issue bullying prevention cartoon brochure to teenage

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Shanghai to issue bullying prevention cartoon brochure to teenage

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11:36, September 08, 2018

The Shanghai High People's Court is to issue 4-thousand brochures on preventing campus bullying to middle school students in the city, reports thepaper.cn.

Brochures on preventing campus bullying issued by the Shanghai High People's Court. [Photo: thepaper.cn]

Brochures on preventing campus bullying issued by the Shanghai High People's Court. (Photo: thepaper.cn)

The brochures, laid out with cartoons, depict different types of campus bullying, how to prevent young people from being bullied and the impact bullying has on victims.

Previous surveys conducted by the Court suggests most bullies are aged between 16 and 18, and mostly target their classmates and schoolmates.

The Shanghai High People's Court is the first in China that set up a special juvenile judicial protection website designed to help create better communication between teenagers and their parents, with the goal of trying to control juvenile crime at its roots.

Brochures on preventing campus bullying issued by the Shanghai High People's Court. [Photo: thepaper.cn]

Brochures on preventing campus bullying issued by the Shanghai High People's Court. (Photo: thepaper.cn)

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