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Inquiry into Restorative Justice Principles in Youth Settings: The Management of Bullying, Harassment, and Violence in ACT Government Schools

Standing Committee on Education, Training and Young People
June 4, 2015

Source: (2007) Canberra: Legislative Assembly for the Australian Capital Territory.

This document from the Standing Committee on Education, Training, and Young People (part of the Legislative Assembly for the Australian Capital Territory) addresses bullying, harassment, and violence in schools under its jurisdiction. It explains how they work to counter those problems within the parameters of the National Safe Schools Framework and includes supplementary information on some of the programs present in schools.


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