School violence can threaten a child’s sense of safety within school, negatively impacting on their ability to learn. The best way to address school violence is to step in promptly, with effective intervention in the first instance. Internationally, ‘best practice’ in preventing and responding to school violence is being used to develop school-wide systems of prevention and intervention.
This publication was prepared under the co-operation between the Ministry of Education and Science of Kazakhstan, the Office of the Commissioner for Human Rights of the Republic of Kazakhstan, the Akimat of East Kazakhstan Oblast, the East Kazakhstan State University, and the UNICEF Office in Kazakhstan. It aims to facilitate the prevention of violence towards children in schools in Kazakhstan, with support from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Norway.