Clinical psychologist outlines how to fight scourge of bullying in schools

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What is the solution to bullying at schools?
What is the solution to bullying at schools?
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Bullying in schools is again in the spotlight and, to stop it, requires a broad systemic intervention by all stakeholders - parents, teachers, pupils and the community - says clinical psychologist Liane Lurie. 

Speaking to News24 on Tuesday, after reports of a bullying incident at a school in Thohoyandou, Limpopo, Lurie said fighting the scourge needs people to continuously educate and raise awareness on the signs to look for in children who may be victims or are perpetrators.

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