World new application, listening points, use of social networks ... Macron measures against school harassment

16:25  18 november  2021
16:25  18 november  2021 Source:   liberation.fr

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Once again, it is the martial vocabulary that is used. Emmanuel Macron has set the goal of "Winning this fight against harassment" , on the occasion of the National Day of Fight Against School Harassment. In a video published this Thursday morning on the social networks of the Elysée, the president listed new measures to combat harassment in schools, which affects about 700,000 students a year, according to the victimization investigation led by the Ministry of National Education in 2015.

Among the announced provisions, an application 3018 - in addition to the already existing green number

- will be launched in February. It will allow victims and witnesses to address a screenshot of harassment situations so that they are "even better accompanied" , insists Emmanuel Macron. On the program too, the strengthening of different devices welcoming the speech of young people, such as adolescent houses or the youth listening points. In short,

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"the physical places with people who are there to receive the floor and to listen anywhere on the territory"

, he added. "Digital Awareness"

Video: Our phones and apps, do they listen (really)? (Le Figaro)

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"to better use networks and digital"

, "We will launch an experiment by issuing a certification to digital awareness for students from 6th from the beginning of the 2022, with the idea, then , to generalize the next school year ". The Chairman also stated wanting to change the law for

"Improving parental control, making sure it is installed by default on all phones, computers, tablets used by children, as I had announced there At two years "

. The National Assembly will also examine the 1st of December a proposed law of the Erwan modem balancing for

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"to combat school harassment". "The strong statement"

of this text is the "right to schooling without harassment and without violence", by specifically introducing the "school harassment" in the Penal Code, explains this member for a majority. The necessary measures while the Head of State pointed out,

"Harassment always rages in school, on social networks, without leaving any time of respite to those who are victims of it"

. If the percentage of harassment victims does not increase for about ten years, it does not decrease either. And this despite the initiatives already taken, such as the creation of green numbers, awareness campaigns or the training of teams. "That's why we will continue to mobilize, especially because harassed students are often isolated and are afraid. We must facilitate them the reporting of what they are victims of ", justified Emmanuel Macron.

Suicide in October Dinah

, an Alsatian high school student who has undergone years of school harassment, "said " to accelerate " the fight against school harassment, according to Emmanuel Macron: " C " 'Is possible, provided you speak always and again. It is possible, provided they do not give in to the law of silence, indifference or shame. We will never let go."


at 13:08, with the addition of the future bill of the modem.

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