Friends approach is based on the idea that it is the responsibility of the adults to stop bullying.
We work with a “whole school approach”, which entails that all school staff and leadership, as well as pupils and parents are involved. Friends provides knowledge and tools so that those working with children and young people are better equipped to work against bullying, harassment and acts of intimidation. Often, it’s about increasing knowledge about how and why bullying occurs, as well as how to prevent it. A norm-critical approach and gender-equality perspective permeate all our training courses.
Friends has several different training courses offered to schools, preschools and sports clubs. All courses are based on current research, and our long-term collaboration always starts with a survey of the climate in the school/sports club. We do this because every situation is unique and every school/club has different needs and preconditions for working to combat bullying.
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