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This tool provides information that can be used to implement violence prevention activities in a school setting. It discusses the attitudes that young people need to reduce their involvement with violence, whether in the role of aggressor, victim or bystander. It suggests a sequence of grade-specific learning objectives that could be used to guide the selection of content for a violence prevention curricula or education programme. It concludes with information about teaching methods known to be effective for achieving the goals of skills-based health education, including violence prevention education.

Examples of Grade-Specific Objectives for Skills-based Violence Prevention Education

UNESCO, 2004