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The Learn Without Fear global campaign began in 2008.

Their last report provided evidence that more than 390 million children have seen the benefit of it – as new legislations are due to be put in place - which have as their objective a safeguard against corporal punishment, bullying and sexual violence in schools.

After considering the reality that millions of children face experiences of violence in their schools, this fact inescapably brings dramatic consequences in the future development of their lives as being absent from school regularly without any permission, stop going to classes before they have finished their course and stop development their skill as an adults – these children are then forced or tricked into vicious cycles of poverty.

The Overseas Development Institute (ODI) have conducted research which emphasises that the violence in schools is causing much tension and strain with long–term social and economic implications.

The poverty Plan UK remarks that not only the violence in the schools push those students to the vicious cycle of poverty, however it have massively impact in our economy development of our countries, for these reasons the Learn Without Fear campaign believes that our governments have a need to participate and start making an investment to different kinds of solutions against violence in schools.

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