Sport, Children’s Rights and Violence Prevention: A Sourcebook on Global Issues and Local Programmes

Brunel International Research Network for Athlete Welfare (BIRNAW)

Children are exposed to violence in many aspects of their lives. Violence is common in children’s movies and cartoons, in their books and games, and on television programmes. Children hear and live violence at home, on the street, at school, from strangers and from their peers. At a young age they do not understand what violence is and why humans are hurting each other physically or psychologically. They progressively understand or feel the difference
between bad and good behaviours by the way people react to violence.

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