Manuals, Toolkits and Guidance

Safe Schools Action Pack 4: Module 9: Social and emotional learning

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Save the Children International

The evidence review conducted for the development of Safe Schools Common Approach (Violence Free Schools element) found that Social and Emotional Learning (SEL) development was a key effective strategy for the prevention of peer violence amongst children such as bullying, physical aggression or intimate partner violence. A recent WHO handbook on school-based violence prevention, outlines some key SEL/life skills which are particularly important for violence prevention.

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