Bullying in Luxembourg

Luxembourg is among several European nations utilizing a Finnish anti-bullying program called KiVa Koula. Teachers were to receive training in 2014 and implement it in the schools of Luxembourg in 2015. Bullying in Luxembourg is taken seriously in the schools, and this is part of an effort to reduce cases of bullying. “The effectiveness of the programme is based on […]

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How is Bullying Affecting the Nordic Island of Iceland?

With approximately 333,000 inhabitants, Iceland is the least populated nation in Europe. At the same time, it’s a country with diverse cultures and beliefs, making it susceptible to ethnic bullying and discrimination. Bullying in Iceland may not be as widespread as it is in other European countries, but statistics show the country has its share of bullying problems. Bullying in […]

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Bullying in Paraguay

Bullying in Paraguay is a problem that is being taken more seriously in this landlocked South American nation.  There have been suicides related to cyberbullying, and videos of bullying that have become public that have grabbed the nation’s attention. In 2012 Paraguay became one of the few countries to pass a law that made bullying in school specifically illegal and […]

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Bullying in Bolivia

Government officials are taking a stand against bullying in Bolivia. A law passed in 2014 criminalizes bullying, and anyone over the age of 14 could be sentenced to as much as six years in prison for causing injury or death by bullying, a report in the Bolivian Newspaper Pagina Siete said. The law basically means children can be treated as […]

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Bullying in Germany

Children and adults experience bullying in Germany. There, bullying is referred to as “mobbing.” That bullying and its effects are the same as they are in countries like the U.S., the U.K., France or elsewhere. The targets feel fear, isolation, and they may develop symptoms of depression. Some may attempt suicide if they aren’t able to get help. In Germany, […]

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