Bullying has long-lasting psychological consequences on both the bully and the bullied. The Hong Kong government has run programmes to address the problem but more needs to be done. Photo: Shutterstock Bullying has long-lasting psychological consequences on both the bully and the bullied. The Hong Kong government has run programmes to address the problem but more needs to be done. Photo: Shutterstock
Bullying has long-lasting psychological consequences on both the bully and the bullied. The Hong Kong government has run programmes to address the problem but more needs to be done. Photo: Shutterstock
Alice Wu
Opinion

Opinion

Alice Wu

Hong Kong must get tough on bullying to stop failing its children

  • Official declarations of ‘zero tolerance’ of bullying ring hollow without policy backup. Hong Kong needs anti-bullying legislation that requires mandatory reporting of such incidents by schools and government institutions

Bullying has long-lasting psychological consequences on both the bully and the bullied. The Hong Kong government has run programmes to address the problem but more needs to be done. Photo: Shutterstock Bullying has long-lasting psychological consequences on both the bully and the bullied. The Hong Kong government has run programmes to address the problem but more needs to be done. Photo: Shutterstock
Bullying has long-lasting psychological consequences on both the bully and the bullied. The Hong Kong government has run programmes to address the problem but more needs to be done. Photo: Shutterstock
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