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Contact Admin. Wherever you live in the world, school is meant to be a sanctuary. A safe space where you can learn, make friends and figure out your place in the world and who you want to be.
It should be the last place where girls and young women have to live with harassment and the fear of sexual violence. Of the 2, young people from 60 countries across the world who took part in our recent poll, over two-thirds said the threat of sexual harassment was a major problem for girls in their school, university or college and more than half said it stopped them from studying or taking part in hobbies.
This is not an issue confined to just one or two countries; it is a global-wide phenomenon that cuts across different cultures, beliefs and societies.
In Togo, insight from volunteers at the UN Volunteers Programme UNVP suggest that girls being sexually harassed or raped at school is a huge problem with many falling pregnant as a result and dropping out of school, taking away any chance they had of a brighter future. The UNVP is now working alongside a group of Togolese Girl Guides to train volunteer teachers using the skills and knowledge they have gained from their local guiding group on how to tackle violence.
Most teachers are older men who would typically dominate conversation, but these sessions are providing girls with a safe space to challenge those views. And in Malaysia, Girl Guide volunteers who are also teachers tell us that although the number of reported cases of dating violence in schools is low, from their own experience in schools they believe that the issue is widespread and affecting girls as young as twelve.