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Should there be more anti-bullying laws brought into schools in Ireland?

Schools in Northern Ireland will be legally required to record all incidents of bullying and alle...

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14.29 27 Apr 2021


Should there be more anti-bullying laws brought into schools in Ireland?


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14.29 27 Apr 2021


Schools in Northern Ireland will be legally required to record all incidents of bullying and alleged bullying from 1 September.

Is this a step in the right direction? And should we consider introducing something like that here?

Chris Sherlock told his experience of bullying to Andrea.

Minister for Special Education and Inclusion Josepha Madigan also joined the conversation.

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Bully Bullying Chris Sherlock Education Ireland Josepha Madigan Law School

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