Time for new law to put Hong Kong’s bullies in their place and force schools to act rather than stay silent, think tank says

//Time for new law to put Hong Kong’s bullies in their place and force schools to act rather than stay silent, think tank says

Time for new law to put Hong Kong’s bullies in their place and force schools to act rather than stay silent, think tank says

A think tank founded by the vice-chairman of the city’s youth development commission has proposed the implementation of an anti-bullying law in Hong Kong, to raise awareness of the problem in the city and to better track such cases in schools.MWYO, an independent group set up by Lau Ming-wai, which focuses on youth issues, called for the government to set up a working group to look into matters relating to bullying and coordinate the data collection, which the city lacked.Lau is the deputy…

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