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ERASMUS +, KA2 - Cooperation for innovation and the exchange of good practices; KA229 - School Exchange Partnerships

StaVaD - Online magazine No 1 Project “Standing Against Violence and Discrimination”, Project ID: 2019-1-LT01-KA229-060496 September 2019 – August 2021 Gimnaziya s prepodavane na tchuzhdi ezitsi “Jordan Radichkov”, Vidin, Bulgaria http://radichkovls-vidin.org/ PROJECT ID: 2019-1-LT01-KA229-060496 – ERASMUS+

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Introduction This magazine presents the findings that resulted from activities during September 2019 to March 2020, that took place within five partner schools integrated into a project named „ Standing Against Violence and Discrimination ”, project ID: 2019-1LT01-KA229-060496, under Erasmus+ program of the European commission, Key action 2 ”Cooperation for innovation and exchange of good practices”; section KA229 “School Exchange partnerships”. The project started on 01.09.2019 and ends 31.08.2021. The partner schools are: - Pumpenu gimnazija - Pumpenai, Lithuania - Adana Ticaret Borsasi Anadolu Lisesi - Adana, Turkey; - Istituti Paritari Plateja Maritain - ASSOCIAZIONE CULTURALE SCUOLA 3.0 - Taranto, Italy; - Colegiul National “Mihail Kogalniceanu” – Galati, Romania; - Gimaziya s prepodavane na tchuzhdi ezitsi “Yordan Radichkov” – Vidin, Bulgaria. The coordinator of the project is the school Pumpenu gimnazija from the town of Pumpenai in Lithuania. The objective of the magzine is to present the project partners and to showcase their work to understand better the problems of violence and discrimination. It combines the efforts and work of every partner school to develop successful start-up of the project. The project partners also believe that the project, in general, and this magzine in particular will contribute to the debate on preventing violence and discrimination at school beyond the scope and duration of the project and the results will enhance the interpersonal relations in every school. PROJECT ID: 2019-1-LT01-KA229-060496 – ERASMUS+

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Some information about the project: Project target group of students – aged 12-18 The main idea of the project is that of diversity in all its aspects – every single student to accept the differences, to tolerate them and not to think that due to ones‘ background or skin color ones are more than the others. It also includes a need to think about a set of values as respect, acceptance and tolerance. We believe in succeeding of promoting equality at all levels. The second priority is to strengthen teachers‘ profile by offering them the best ideas and opportunity to share them. And in addition to that - by giving them practical advice how to set against bullying, discrimination and violence. The objectives of the project are: - To give teachers useful ideas how to oppose to violence and discrimination, and bullying at a school level. - To create a working strategy of preventing violence. - To promote a new culture of tolerance, respect and care. - To take care of disadvantaged students meaning their inclusion. - To pay attention to students` communication and particularly to intercultural skills. - To ensure the creation of context for peer learning. - To stimulate personal creativity and self-expression.

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Planned mobilities during the project timeline: - 1st Mobility – Turkey November 2019 Topic: Violence and discrimination in schools – common and different aspects - 2nd Mobility – Bulgaria June 2020 Topic: Say NO to stereotypical thinking - 3rd Mobility – Romania October 2020 Topic: Say NO to violence - 4th Mobility – Lithuania February 2021 Topic: Say NO to bullying - 5th Mobility – Italy May 2021 Topic: Say YES to equality

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The kick-off meeting of the project – January 2020

Teachers from partner schools gathered for the 1st Learning/ Teaching/ training activity in Adana Ticaret Borsasi Anadolu Lisesi, a school situated in Adana, Turkey, to share the problems of discrimination and bullying in all partner schools. They attended training sessions and discussions to gain better understanding of the problems of violence and discrimination at school, from 6 to 10 January 2020. Teachers had lectures in the Courthouse Association Social Facility of Adana and in Cag University in Tarsus about problems of bullying and how to cope with it. All th teachers attended workshops at host school “Violence and discrimination at school – common and different acpects”. PROJECT ID: 2019-1-LT01-KA229-060496 – ERASMUS+

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In this 1st issue of our online magazine we want to present the students’ work in every partner school:

PUMPĖNAI, LITHUANIA School: PumpĖnŲ gimnazija Students – 300 Staff – 38 teachers, 13 people of non-teaching staff Project coordinator - OLGA DAUGENE Pumpenai Gymnasium is a public body which provides basic secondary education and has all 3 main branches in the educational ladder: primary (1-4 grades) and pre-primary school, pro-gymnasium (5-8 grades), highschool (I-IVg). All our students live in the locality around the school. We also provide compulsory education and special help for students with various disabilities. The school is located in a rural area with beautiful surroundings and views, fully equipped and have various modern facilities. The school tightly collaborates with YOUTH CAN, a nonprofit organization supported by Kazickas Family Foundation, which supports youth education and gives children an opportunity to do sports and be a part of the Life Skills program.

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Students’ work at Pumpenu gimnazija in Pumpenai, Lithuania

Students’ expectation of the project: I will be very interested in the opinions of others, discussions, team decisions. Also, I like travelling. I want to see how people in different countries live, learn about their traditions, cultures since they differ from us in Lithuania. I think it would be an amazing experience. Gabija,14 I was most motivated by teachers, friends, parents. I want to take part in this project because I want to expand my English and to fight against bullying. I look forward to get to know other people! Ineta, 14 I expect from STAVAD to: Travel to other countries, Meet new people, Find friends, Solve problems about violence, bullying and discrimination in order to make the world a better place to live in. PROJECT ID: 2019-1-LT01-KA229-060496 – ERASMUS+

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Laurynas, 14 I want to talk better in English and meet new people. And it will help me in the future to understand the language even more and get better at communicating. And to travel to other countries, to know more about their cultures and how people live in other countries. And to figure out the ways to solve the bullying problems. Rugilė, 14 My motivation for this project come out of nowhere! I just knew I really wanted to participate and meet new people from other countries! I really enjoy communicating and making bonds with other people! I am looking forward to meeting all of them! Participating in this project is really fun and interesting. I don’t regret anything. I am very thankful to teachers who encouraged me to participate! Neda, 14

By participating in this project I would like to enrich my English knowledge and learn new skills. I enjoy traveling a lot so I think I am going to enjoy this project as well. I wish to find friends from a lot of different countries and get closer to the friends I have now. PROJECT ID: 2019-1-LT01-KA229-060496 – ERASMUS+

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Austėja,14

My personal experience in cases of violence and discrimination: When I started going to this school, I was very shy. Because of that, I spent all of my free time outside by the trees. I was alone but I didn't mind it, no one bothered me. But one day, as I was on my phone outside, minding my own business, an older kid came. He hit my head, said "Acne and glasses? A true nerd," and walked away. I stayed quiet and ignored it, but I was pretty sad about it. I thought that everyone in this school was like this, and that I won't make any friends. I was never confident in my looks and that made my confidence drop even more. Soon after that I found some friends who didn't mind my appearance and made me happy. And that wraps up my personal story about bullying. It isn't long but it's the only one I have. Austeja,14

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When I was in the fifth grade in our class came some new classmates. They were all smart, friendly, and cool. After a while, one girl (let‘s name her Mary) and a boy (call him Ben) started making friends with me. We became such good friends that we used to tell each other all sorts of secrets and trusted each other very much. During the breaks we always used to laugh out loud and tell funny stories. We were literally inseparable... At least I thought so… One day Ben changed and became unfriendly, started telling all our secrets and laughing at us. I think Mary was scared, so she laughed at me too. At first it hurt me so hard, I just asked myself: "What did I do so bad?" "Why did they say I was their friend?" The boy lied to other kids about me, so even my classmates stopped talking to me. I was alone at every break, it really hurt me when I got home doing nothing but crying on the pillow. After a few months it stopped, it was hard to talk to my classmates and other people again, but everything was eventually over. Yes ... it was a very difficult moment, long and difficult ... but now I am strong and able to stand up not only for myself but for others. I could even be glad that it had happened because it's an experience and a lesson I will remember for a long time. Gabija,14

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Society is a wierd thing. Not everyone fits in. What‘s more, nobody even knows how to fit in. It seems to me that all of us know how it feels to be excluded and alone. No? You are lying. Or you just forgot about it. You might not feel excluded and alone everyday. Maybe you felt like that just once in your life. Yet at some point of your life you have felt alone. Maybe just for a short period of time. It doesn't matter. Personally, in my life I have never experinced any case of serious bullying. But when I go to a new place, I always feel alone. It's such a wierd feeling. Sometimes it seems like someone is making fun of. Sometimes it seems like everyone ignores me. I feel anxious and scared. Yet all of it is in my head. We can imagine things. So I think it‘s really important to talk to someone, because if we keep things to ourselves, our imagination will go wild. You could become your worst enemy. I try to forget about the fear and enjoy all those new experiences. What do you do to overcome your fears? Neda, 15

My personal experience with bullying Well, it all started when were in the 7th grade. One girl, let‘s name her Jane, told one of her best friends something very personal and then the next day it was all over the school. As it turned a bit later, Jane got bullied due to her hobbies, singing and liking disney, such simple things which may seem untypical for the modern youth. A lot of classmates and other students would make fun of her for it, called her names and sometimes hit her. Jane would go home and cry, she didn‘t share it with anybody. She was so upset about it. Soon it came to the point when she had no friends, so that she would hide herself away. And she would just hate school. Jane skipped most of the things from her daily routine because of this bullying. She would not talk to anybody, she stopped eating and got really ill. She started being sick, going dizzy and one day she even fainted and went to hospital. Two weeks later Jane moved to another city but she still was unhappy and depressed. She even tried to cut herself and had some ideas of commiting suicide one time. Eventually, her brother stopped her and PROJECT ID: 2019-1-LT01-KA229-060496 – ERASMUS+

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she finally told him everything. Her parents went to the school‘s headteacher and explained him the situation. Now, when some time passed since then, she is going to a really good school and she is capable to stand up to bullies. And sometimes she even helps other students to get through hard times. In my opinion, bullying and even cyberbullying is everywhere no matter the grade or age. It is in elementary schools, middle school, high schools and even college. Bullies think life would be a lot better if all the people they harass were not here. But the people who were bullied, they would also have a better life if the ones who started the bullying faced several punishments.Parents and teachers need to be more aware when it comes to being bullied. No matter if it’s online or on school grounds. Ineta,15

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A Story about Bullying When I was in elementary school, I was a very happy and outgoing kid and had lots of friends. But when I started secondary school, some older children started to bully and tease me. All my friends from elementary school left me because they didn’t want to be seen with me. At my school, everything was all about money and clothes. I had huge glasses and I was unattractive and everyone laughed at me. Then a boy (he was in 8th grade I think) started to follow me around. He called me names, took my stuff and made up rumors about me. One day he and his friends beat me up on the bus. No one wanted to be friends with me anymore. Then I became friends with two girls in my class. One day they started making up rumors about me, too. Everyone kept telling me what a bad person I was. In the 6th grade, the bullying got even worse. Everyone said I was ugly and I should just do anything about it. In the 7th grade my mom made me attend afternoon classes. But the situation didn‘t change. When I got home from school, I would go to my room and cry all evening. I never talked to anyone. My grades dropped and my teachers started to talk to my parents. They told them I was lazy and refused to participate. They knew I was bullied but they never did anything to stop it. But time passed and became more confident about myself. I just want to tell everyone who is going through the same: „It gets better.“ I know it’s really hard, and you might feel like giving up sometimes, but you have to be yourself and stay confident. Don’t let them get to you. I know you’re suffering, but at some point you’ll be proud of yourself for all that you’ve been through. And if anyone judges you, it is their own problem. Those people have no idea what you’ve been through. They probably couldn’t even take it. But you had to take it. And you’re still here going on with your life. And that’s why you can be proud of yourself. Rugilė, K.,14

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BULLYING! In the 5th grade I was bullied by one girl. She used to call me names and swear at me. I was a very shy person at that time and wasn‘t able to solve that situation in my favour. And I could say, that it all lasted for quite a long time, but I didn‘t tell anyone, anything. One day there was a big presentation in our school. The teacher asked me to be there, so, somehow I agreed and I was extremely nervous and anxious. The day has come. I had to be on the stage in front of a big audience, but, unfortunately, couldn‘t read any word. Even now, when going back to that moment, I don‘t know why but I ran of the stage crying. So my friends, who were supposed to be my good friends, turned against me and began bullying me because of my shyness, less of self-confidence, for giving up and not appearing on the stage anymore. I was alone. Everyone was against me except for my family. After what had happened, I did not want to go back to school and sit in a classroom with all those people. I was skipping classes and could not study properly. I could have done so many things much better but it was just so hard after going through everything that had happened in my school life. Right now I am in the 7th grade and everything is going well. I have new friends, the real frends I mean. I don‘t skip classes anymore, I am enthusiastic about studies and am gradually improving myself. And guess what? Those children, who I used to call my friends and who bullied me before, moved school and at present everything is normal and better. Rugilė, S. 14

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Ineta, 15

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To live in diversity: what does it mean? Living in diversity is something that every human has in common with THE REST OF THE MANKIND. Each of them has in common a background, a life that however does not have to be the same for everyone, since our diversity is bound with our cultures, our ways to live and to grow, every choice made and which is yet to be made, has changed and will change us. But no one said it is only about culture, people that have the same one are different, it Is shown when we approach someone and get to know them, because their inner parts are those that show up what they really are made of, since someone that looks just like us can be the exact opposite than what we are as someone that looks completely different such well or poorly dressed can be very similar to us. It is just a matter of fact, we CANNOT predict what we ARe going to know, that means that we first have to really get to know what’s around us to define what really is diverse to us, that’s why we have to stop prejudice against people we DO NOT REALLY KNOW and get to know them before doing it, since someone who we might not like can be without any problems closer to us more than we might think. PROJECT ID: 2019-1-LT01-KA229-060496 – ERASMUS+

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Taranto, ITALY School: Istituti Paritari Plateja Maritain ASSOCIAZIONE CULTURALE SCUOLA 3.0 Students – 245 Staff – 45 teachers Project coordinator - ILARIA SANGERMANO

We are specialized in IT and our teachers' skills cover a variety of fields: information science, journalism, psychology applied to education, knowledge of English, Spanish, French and German. All these skills have been playing a pivotal role in the success of the Projects we have been taking part in. The teachers of our school are engaged with the improvement of their teaching and communicative abilities, in order to assure the pupils the best conditions for learning and socializing with others. Teachers, headmaster and all the staff are interested in new ways of teaching and making a more modern school. For this reason, our school promotes different kinds of projects. Among the various subjects taught, the most relevant for this project are: political economy, law, English language, Spanish language and business. Our students know the meaning of welcoming and are confronted to the effects of European policines on people's lives. We would be really glad to give our contribution to the dissemination of the welcoming culture by participating in your projects. PROJECT ID: 2019-1-LT01-KA229-060496 – ERASMUS+

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Students' expectations and opinions about the project “Standing against violence and discrimination” and the phenomenon of discrimination Today our English teacher, Miss Ilaria Sangermano, gathered different pupils form different classes to discuss about the project “Standing against Violence and Discrimination. A round table was set up and each student was asked to answer a wide array of questions about our expectations about the project and what discrimination means to us. Question: When you hear the word “discrimination”, what do you come up with? Answer 1: So, I can think of an action that differentiates one person from another without no justifiable or real reasonAnswer 2: Sadness, beating, anger. Stop Answer 3: For me discrimination is when one person hates another person ... for example, I am Italian and you are from South Africa and I hate you because you are not from Italy too. Answer 4: I come up with lonliness and discomfort Answer 5: the foreigners who live in Italy Answer 6: First of all racism, then secondly discrimination which does not only affects the color of the skin and the ethnicity, but in general also the social class the role in family, in society. I mean the discrimination against children or people who have a certain job, for example garbage collectors, perhaps compared to people who work in the financial field. It's all about prejudices that cause a person to look at another individual with different eyes. Question: If you had to describe with your own words what discrimination is, how would you explain it? PROJECT ID: 2019-1-LT01-KA229-060496 – ERASMUS+

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Answer 1: when you refuse knowing something different from us. Answer 2: a form of fear, because it belongs to the human nature to be afraid of what is not known, of what is different from us, like the fear of the dark. So standing in front a person you don't know is like looking at something you've never seen before Answer 3: when you don't accept something which is not the way you are Answer 4: Discrimination is when one does not listen to the ideas of others and therefore when he is unable to open himself to others Answer 5: A discrimination is a kind of marginalization, often unfounded, when you do not have enough information or you are not informed about what the other person really is amswer: human stupidity Question: How can discrimination be eliminated? Answer 1: We should prevent racism promoters from explaining their ideas on television, these individuals must be prevented from going to schools to hold speeches, to distribute flyers, to go on television. Racism can only disappear in this way. Answer 2: Young people should be informed on the topic. Answer 3: We should change the way information is delivered by media. I get annoyed when a journalist underlines that a murder has been committed by non-Eu-citizen Question: Who do you think should intervene to help discriminated children? The state, the family, friends?

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Answer 1: Maybe the family, the state, maybe all the people or the society, the organization that in any case in daily life have an important role! Answer 2: The state but apparently the state doesn't care much. Question: Do you have any ideas to fight discrimination in your school? Answer 1: I would have many, it would take hours to describe them all, but the most fundamental thing is to welcome the other, thinking that in the eyes of the other we see something that goes beyond the human, we also see a little the idea of God. Question: How can discrimination be fought? Answer 1: You can fight by trying to put yourself in the shoes of the discriminated person and see how it feels. In my opinion if people had that feeling, they wouldn't discriminate anymore Question: Do you think something can be done to change the way of thinking and the attitude of those who discriminate? " Answer 1: “It is difficult, but it is not impossible. However, by training, explaining to kids that it's a wrong thing. Making people aware is already a step ahead Question: Based on your experiences what are the main difficulties a foreign student encounters in the Italian school? " Answer 1: "First difficulty is that he cannot speak Italian, for this reason he will have difficulty getting acquainted with local people. Answer 2: I think the maindifficulty lays especially in the language, because it often happens that if a foreigner speaks perfectly Italian, it is not clear that he is a foreigner and does not get discriminated

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Question: What do you expect from participating in this project? Answer 1: During the project I expect to investigate what "discrimination" and having prejudices against a person mean. Answer 2: I think it will be a useful project for reasoning with a more open mind. Answer 3: From these meetings I have learned many new things, one of them is that I have never thought how people could feel when discriminated. Answer 4: Realizing that each of us experiences experiences differently, whih makes experiences and sensations different. It's important to wonder if it's right to behave in a certain way towards strangers.

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My little fight against discrimination Hi everyone, my name is Francesco, I am 18 years old ... maybe these words will not be enough to tell you everything, but I will try. So, starting with the main fact, omosexuality, I want to clarify one thing: everyone is free to do what he thinks best for himself or herself. We are all equal, there is no difference whether being homosexual, straight or lesbians. Another big problem is offending one if his/her skin is black or different from ours, or of another nationality. But I want to ask you, what if the one being discriminated was you? How would you take it? These are all questions that a person should ask himself. Now anyway I just want to tell you a story about a gay guy that I hope will make you think. I met this friend of mine at the sea while fishing. He confided to me the fact that he was always teased and that he dreamt to leave his home because nobody understood him. I looked at him and told him I could help him and since then we havetalked, laughed and joked like two normal friends. When he confessed his love to me, I simply explained that I could not like him back as he wished. He looked at me and hugged me and afterwards he thanked me for being honest and not making fun of him. You know what I have responded? I told him: “Why should I make fun of a person equal to me? Nobody has the right to tell you what you must or should not do, it is you who decide your life not others! Remember two things: I'll be there by your side whatever happens and you are the master of yourself and your emotions and if anybody discriminated you, smile at them and leave because those people do not deserve your suffering. I told you this story to make you understand that no one has the right to judge anyone. Francesco Debellis, Istituto Plateja, Taranto, Italy

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Galati, Romania School: COLEGIUL KOGALNICEANU"

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Students – 835 Staff – 57 teachers Project coordinator - DANA BALAUTA Our school is recognized like a good school in our community. We have good results in the exams and other competition. Our students are very good at computers, language, chemistry, biology, dancing, acting. We have many Projects in our school, like environmental, social or voluntary projects. Our city is Galati, in the south-east part of Romania, at 234 km from the capital, Bucharest. The Danube river is crossing our town. Most of them are normal students, only 1 with special needs, 9 come from Roma families, 2 have medical problems and 3 have financial problems. Our students study in Romania and all around Europe. We tell everybody that our school tries to give students an international dimension. We have many national projects, all kinds of them, we use ICT in our lessons (we have 150 computers in our school). Because we don‘t have enough space, we must do the activities at the weekends. We need more Exchange for teacher because some of them need to improve their work. We need to do activities for the children with parents in other countries at work. All of our students and teachers are proud to study and work in our school. We know what are the needs of all of them and we are doing everything to make changes, if it is necessary. PROJECT ID: 2019-1-LT01-KA229-060496 – ERASMUS+

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Bullying in schools Timofti Ana Crina, 7th grade, Bullying has been a problem that persists, especially in schools, when you get thrown into a brand-new collective. This fundamental problem could easily be tackled and bullies be kept at bay if we stand united against this obstacle in the lives of our young students. Let’s take a further look at the solutions. First of all, schools should have programs that prevent this kind of behavior in students. It is easier to prevent it altogether than trying to stop a bully’s faulty conduct and etiquette. The best way to address bullying is to put an end to it before it even starts. There are plenty of groups that can stand up to bullying in schools: school leadership, the teachers and even the parents themselves. A great prevention tactic to counter bullying may be educating students on the subject and showing them why it is a plague on our system. There are no official subjects teaching students on bullying, however that does not mean we shouldn’t educate them on the topic. Letting students know what the catastrophic consequences may be could act as a good deterrent for any would-be bully, making him think twice before proceeding with the act. Bullies are humans just like the rest of us and punishments shouldn’t be used on them. Instead, we should focus on trying to turn them around by putting on display the consequences of their actions. A victim may feel mildly depressed, angry or anxious in the short term, but it may very well lead to their doom. The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) states that almost 45,000 deaths occur due to bully related reasons. Just let that number sink in for a moment. All in all, we still have a long way towards putting an end to this issue. However, it is now or never. The sooner we stand our ground and fight back, the sooner we will achieve a bully-free world. It is time to make the change.

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Violence, the weapon of the weak! BE INTELLIGENT, NOT VIOLENT! Sebastian Mario Condrat Violence is a characteristic of weak human beings. Violence does not lead to anything good, but it is increasingly manifested in the worst ways. Violence exists everywhere in the world, on the street, in school and in the family. In everyday life (sometimes even in school, during breaks, for example) we can see how children swear, offend others and always have something to say, whether they should or not, thus following the example of parents or others, some characters on television and believing that this is how they express their personality. Each one of us is the product of the mentality and habits that we see and learn from our family. By definition, a civilized man knows how to behave in the various groups in which he happens to be (in family, between neighbors, relatives, colleagues or simply on the street, in trams, in a store, etc.) and will never forget the Romanian proverb: "What you do not like, another does not!" or "That you can get to PROJECT ID: 2019-1-LT01-KA229-060496 – ERASMUS+

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prison" would be the continuation that children should learn as a child. I also think that the wrong language or behavior patterns even from some cartoons, movies or shows (even for children) have an extremely large influence on the way adolescents behave with others. The media informs us about this phenomenon that affects many people. Many important people support several associations to protect abused children in school or in the family. Lately, many non-governmental institutions and associations have begun to analyze the behavior of children and young people in schools and to seek remedies for these violent manifestations that occur so frequently that many of us do not even notice them and may not consider them. Starting from the real story of a teenager I will write this story taking into account what might be an imaginary story. In such a context of reality: a teenage girl who is in a family suffering from a disorderly and inadequate life. Parents stuck in the fight for a better life neglect their daughter, there are quarrels due to different causes: lack of money, alcohol consumption as a way of life. Parents lack the ability to have a positive relationship with their child, which will cause the young woman to suffer emotionally from anxiety, to be deprived of parental care and love, to positive appraisals, and peace. Obviously the adolescent will seek his place in society as he will know, among friends, colleagues, but the entourage he had entered was not good. This group of friends had shown him what life is like without worries and duties. The young woman took an example from her new friends; so it was soon enough that she no longer listened to her parents, that the vocabulary was not appropriate for her. She no longer demanded money from her parents, so she chose to physically assault people to get the money she needed to keep. However, the parents observe the change, the distance from the family and they also get to understand what the situation is and that they could lose their child, they are united as families and they will succeed in reaching the life of their daughter, struggling with all their power to do so recover the lost child among the waves of life. The parents chose to save their daughter by overcoming all the hardships, and the daughter chooses to listen to her parents as a natural thing of what a family means. But unfortunately, not every time the end is a happy one. That is why it is important to be aware of the examples that we take in life and PROJECT ID: 2019-1-LT01-KA229-060496 – ERASMUS+

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if we do not have a positive example around us, we will use the free will we were born to make the difference between good and bad. "It rejects the idea of violence, because the good obtained through its intercourse is not lasting, instead, the evil caused by violence is lasting." (Mahatma Gandhi)

My message against violence Pecheanu Ștefan I perceive bullyng as aggression, hostile attitude. Every day I encounter situations of this kind, if I look carefully around me. Many forms of such abuses are presented to us by the media. Looking for various information, I read quite creepy statistics about the magnitude of this phenomenon. I can't help but wonder: How did I get here? I spoke to my parents, my grandparents, and found out that when they were children, this phenomenon almost did not exist. I achieved an amazing fact. The family, as the basic cell of society, was much more involved then, its meaning was much more complex than today. Family PROJECT ID: 2019-1-LT01-KA229-060496 – ERASMUS+

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members discussed more, defended themselves better, cared for one another. Each child felt that he was part of the family, that he was part of the society, with attributions and responsibilities, he knew his belonging and his role and place was clear. I think I can compare the family at that time with a hive where no one was alone: they worked together, ate together, enjoyed together, suffered together. No one was alone! Now, access to information, computer games, the TV, the diversification of occupations, which led to the creation of a work program after the work program, have removed us from each other. There is almost no communication. Each member of the family has his or her own program, his / her personal problems that he / she has to manage alone, so the notion of family has transformed into "occupants of the same space". From here it was easy for loneliness to be considered indifference and, thus, the need for affirmation, the need to "matter" in one way or another. This phenomenon or the accumulation of factors has divided us, the children, into two camps, aggressors and aggressors. The fact that bullyng manifests mainly in schools is understood because we spend a significant amount of time in the company of colleagues as occupants of a common space, classroom, school. ”INDIFFERENCE MAKES VICTIMS! INDIFFERENCE BECOMES MONSTERS! ” Now we are waiting for solutions and miraculous programs from various decision-making forums such as governments, parliaments, or international organizations: UNICEF, SAVE CHILDREN, etc. I do not think there are such solutions that we can apply and ready, the problem of aggression is solved. But I believe something else, I think the MIRACLE IS US. We need to be aware of this phenomenon, its magnitude and impact, to supervise our own behavior, to pay attention to those around us who, in turn, are a combination of sensitivities and emotions. Ideally, the assaulted person has a strong character. Those who have a strong psychic and a well-defined personality do not understand how you can not overcome a certain form of aggression when they may find something minor, a joke, a funny word, a funny PROJECT ID: 2019-1-LT01-KA229-060496 – ERASMUS+

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situation or to be viewed with detachment. . We forget that not all of us are alike. If some do not care, I know who they are and what they want, for others it is a misfortune, an end of the road. These sensitive children become so affected that they no longer think about school performance, their future, their dreams and desires. Their performance is to have resisted one day at school in the "company" of their colleagues. It becomes the sole purpose and supreme performance. And it's not fair! Why is this happening? Because they are alone. We all need to change, to open our eyes to what is happening. Having eyes open does not always mean seeing. We must see and hear. And to support the most vulnerable. I don't think it's so complicated to say to a verbal agesor "End the nonsense!", "Leave him alone!" It is not difficult to say to the aggressor "Do you feel good?", "Do not notice!", "You are not alone!". Verbal violence leads to physical violence sooner or later. If we manage to combat verbal violence, it will no longer reach physical aggression, the consequences of which can be particularly serious for both the victim and the aggressor. From my point of view the most important slogan for combating violence is: WE ARE THE SOLUTION FOR STOPPING VIOLENCE! THE CHANGE BEGINS WITH US! And no, I do not consider that through the ones I advocate for a better world, but for a normal world. In order to create a better world we must first return to normal, at the zero point. It is only here that we can dream, hope, create, implement a better world. Until then, we will only be victims and aggressors.

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Adana, TURKEY School: Adana Ticaret Borsasi Anadolu Lisesi Students - 669 Staff – 53 teachers Project coordinator - PAKIZE KIŞIAL Adana Ticaret Borsasi Anadolu Lisesi is a common high school where students learn lessons such as mathematics, physics, chemistry, biology, geography, history, literature, etc. The main goals of school are preparing our students for universities and preparing them for the irfuture life socially and psychologically. In 2015 a European Union Project team was established in school. Under the guidance of their teachers the students carried out projects of TÜBİTAK 4006 which are scientific projects every year and got important successes. The school is also in cooperation with NATIONAL education directorate of the city Adana for a Project called ODAK. This Project aims to determine the lacks at secondary schools, and complete them. The Logo of the school:

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A fable about friendship The Sun and Wind discuss which is stronger. And the wind says, "I will prove to you that I am stronger." "You see the old man there, he's wearing a jacket. I'll bet you can get it out faster than you." The sun that wants to try hides behind a cloud and the wind begins to blow with a storm force. However, the more the wind increases power, the more the old man hugs his coat. Finally the wind gives up and stops and the sun comes out from behind the cloud and smiles warmly at the old man. And she takes off her coat. The sun: "Friendship and Courtesy are always stronger than hardness and bullying."

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Bullying and Discrimination Bullying is when someone is being hurt either by words or actions on purpose, usually more than once. And Discrimination is when a person is treated unfairly because of who they are. Situations like that affects lots of people and can happen anywhere. But according the statistics it usually happen in school. So, let’s look at someone’s story to better understand the situation. Here’s Ece’s story. She’s 17 years old and she bullied at school. And she wrote on a blog what happened to her. “When I was in my class 12th, I was being bullied. I never knew how getting bullied felt until I was bullied. It was my very own classmates. A girl from my class spread rumors about me. It was very awful. Whole class turned up, everybody left me. I was all alone, nobody supported me. A girl pushed me and tore my t-shirt. Everybody laughed around. I was being called a thief for no reason.” We can understand how bad the bullying is even from this small article. But Ece solved this situation. Because her mother was supported her. And according to what Ece said her mother got to know everything and she took action against it. PROJECT ID: 2019-1-LT01-KA229-060496 – ERASMUS+

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VIDIN, BULGARIA School: Gimnaziya s prepodavane na tchuzhdi ezitsi Yordan Radichkov Students - 486 Staff – 31 teachers Project coordinator - KAMELIYA GEORGIEVA Yordan Radichkov Foreign language high school is a general education municipal high school from 8th to 12th grade. Students are at the age of 14 to 19.They enter the school after taking exams in Bulgarian and Maths. All students study intensively English duringthe 8th grade and continue studying it till 12th grade. From 9th to 12th grade the students choose to study German, French Spanish or Russianas a second foreign language. Biology, Chemistry and Philosophy are taught bilingualin English and Bulgarian. The town Vidin is located in the nort-western part of Bulgaria, on the boundary with Serbia and Romania, on the bank of the Danuberiver. The school is situated in a semi-urban region that has lost its economicand industrial potential due to politicalreasons. We have 22 Roma students. 18 students live in the boarding house near the school. So our school is a regional. We offer studying foreign languages to all our students. The school is rated high in our region. The students are highly motivated to study and achieve progress. After finishing school all students continue their education in universities in Bulgaria or abroad. The students of our school work on the NATIONAL Project ”Yourlesson” held by the Ministry of education. This Project offers extra-curricular activities to all students in PROJECT ID: 2019-1-LT01-KA229-060496 – ERASMUS+

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different fields of interest – languages, ICT, photography, intercultural communication, sports, music and dances, theatre. The Logo of the school:

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My Expectations from the Standing against Violence and Discrimination Project: One of my main goals in life is to never stop learning and broadening my horizons. This project is a great opportunity for me to see, learn and explore new things. This is what I have always been looking for! With the people taking part in this project I will be able to discuss various topics of great importance, such as violence and discrimination. PROJECT ID: 2019-1-LT01-KA229-060496 – ERASMUS+

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I’ll become more aware of these problems and in this way my friends will become aware, too. We will try to discuss these important issues and we’ll think of ways of dealing with them. These topics are very serious and they are not to be ignored. Thanks to this project I will be able to see a country I have never visited before. I could see lots of interesting places there. Doing this I’ll learn about another culture and enrich myself as a personality. I will get to know interesting facts and things about the country, which can also help me in life a lot. I’ll become aware about the history of the country and thus I can enlarge my knowledge. Another good thing is that I could meet new people and make more friends, which is so thrilling. Having the opportunity to communicate with various students from around the world will help me develop my social skills as well as improve my English. I really like the idea of this project and that’s why I am really excited to be involved in it! Hristina Georgieva – VIII a class

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MY PERSONAL EXPERIENCE WITH VIOLENCE I personally have never been violent to anyone. I believe that everyone should learn how to tolerate the others. When there is a situation which includes violence my role is to always defend the victim. Violence is not a solution to any problem. A lot of surveys show that a large amount of families discipline their children by violence. This is very wrong. When you talk to a child you should be very delicate. Even the smallest mistake may cause the biggest trauma in their lives. Violence causes fear and anger, which are only negative feelings. For example there are the bullies in school. Those kind of children have never been treated with something different but violence. They are traumatised children. But the feeling they feel almost always is not anger or fear. It is sadness. They need urgent help. That is why I always try to talk to these children. Of course it does not always work. But it never hurts to try, right? I always try to encourage people to help those in need. I have been bullied. Not once, not twice, but a lot of times. Sharing to an adult is the way I cope with bullies. I am too young to be a psychologist and that is what those people need. Just being silent and not taking any measures will only make things worse. The bullying won’t stop, even it may become constant.To conclude I will give you the best advice. Treat others exactly how you want to be treated. Anyone deserves to be bullied, noone deserves to be traumatised. Always tolerate the others and I can assure you - your life will be happier. Lyubov Dikova VIIIv class

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My personal story about discrimination and bullying Discrimination is defined as the practice of treating a person differently from other people or groups of people. In my opinion discrimination is treating a person differently from the others because of their skin colour, their gender, sexual orientation, religion. Back in time discrimination has existed for centuries. I am only fourteen, but I have already met discrimination. I was born in Italy and although I was going to a Bulgarian school there I didn‘t know very well Bulgarian. When I was eight years old I moved with my mom to Bulgaria. I began school here in Vidin. I didn‘t know anybody here. I can say that children were not very friendly with me. They were reserved and sometimes were laughing at me. I couldn‘t find friends for a year or two. I have seen movies about racism. They are always violent. I am asking myself- why are these people treated as if they didn‘t have human rights? One of these movies is „Amistad“ and my favourite is „The green way“. The truth is that racism and discrimination are everywhere – at school, at work, on the street. Maybe when we grow and become better we will see that we can change the world for the better. I think we are all raised in a society where we do not accept the different. There are a lot of cases when discrimination causes violence. Racism causes violence. We all have to protect the „different‘‘ because they are like us and make part of our lives. Sanya Valentinova VIIIv class

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What is Discrimination and Violence? Violence and discrimination are two bad things but they are facts that people encounter all the time. Violence can be physical and mental. Physical violence is harming somebody even when you know that they don't like it and don’t deserve it. An example for this is school bullying - a thing that a number of students struggle with. A lot of teachers attempt to put an end to it, but some kids can be really mean sometimes. Another example is domestic violence. Its victims are harmed by the people they live with and that are supposed to trust and rely on the most - their family. Victims are often scared to report such a thing because they are fear their abuser - their partner or parents, for example. Mental violence is really serious, as well. Victims are often being manipulated in a way so they feel bad about themselves or feel guilty for something they didn't haven’t done. Discrimination is an unacceptable thing. Back in time it was more common than nowadays, but there are still people who discriminate others for who they are. They should and must understand that we are all people and we are the same and we all deserve to be loved and accepted. It doesn't matter what colour, gender or sexuality you are. All people bleed the same, they live and they die. God doesn't discriminate us and we are all equal to Him. We all should remember to treat others with respect and accept them for who they are. Magdalina Koleva – VIII v class

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How to understand violence\discrimination What do we understand when we mention the word violence? By definition, this is every action against another or our own personality, which provokes physical, mental and emotional suffering. Aggression is a major element in people's attitudes. It manifests itself in all their aspects and the final result is violence. Unfortunately, it should never be unilateral and, often, it can even be repressed to a third party. Undoubtedly, violence provokes the victim to become an aggressor. Violence is so common these days that it does not impress people much. Every day we witness some kind of violence - at school, in our families, on the street. Children fight and kill in their cruelty. But are you wondering whether you need to get there? Is everything going to work out with violence? I personally don't think so. Discrimination occurs when people are treated less favorably than other people in similar situations only because they belong to or are perceived as belonging to a particular group or category of people. People may be discriminated against because of their age, disability, ethnicity, origin, political beliefs, race, religion, gender, sexual orientation, language, culture, and various other grounds. Discrimination, which is often the result of people's prejudices, renders people powerless, prevents them from being active citizens, restricts them from developing their skills, and in many situations hinders their access to work, health services, education or housing. Discrimination has direct consequences on those people and groups who are discriminated against, but indirectly it also has profound effects on society as a whole. A society in which discrimination is allowed or tolerated is a society in which people are deprived of the freedom to unleash their full potential for themselves and for society. Nikol Nikolaeva Todorova – VII v class

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My opinion about violence and discrimination Violence and discrimination nowadays exist everywhere and in so many different forms. It is the overall hartred towards somebody or something and not allowing it to succeed or live normally. One major part in violence is bullying. It occurs mostly at school and it could be physically harming or mentally harassing someone to make them feel bad about themselves and to boost your self esteem. Another type of bullying is cyberbullyng, which is bullying over the internet and is unfortunately pretty common among teenagers. It could also be annonymous making it impossible to find out who‘s the one saying mean things. Let‘s imagine a relatively old woman coming back home, as soon as she opens the door her son starts shouting at her for no reason. He physically attacks her and takes advantage of her since she can not stand up for herself nor has the physical abilty to fight back. This is called domestic abuse, involving harassment towards children, parents or the elderly at home and the constant excruciation towards them. It affects mostly women and children which also leads us to misogyny and ageism. Misogynistic people tend to be male supremacists who are against gender equality and discriminate females simply because they are female and ageism is discriminating individuals based on their age. A huge part of discrimination to this day is racism. Racism is directed at someone of a different race based on the belief that one‘s race is superior to the other. For example racism can take away many opportunities for people due to them being black, asian etc. Stereotyping a race, throwing slurs at them and culturally appropriating is extremly racist and should not be tolerated whatsoever. Unfortunately there are a lot of places where people cannot be educated on the topic which makes it even harder to stop rasicm.Other highly discriminated groups of people are homosexuals and the disabled. None of these is reasonable nor acceptable and whoever feels the need to support or perform any of them deserves to be punished by law. Violence and discrimination cause many people to have anxiety, depression, post-traumatic stress, suicidal thoughts or even take their own life. Your words and actions can be hurtful. Vivian Ivanova - VIII v class PROJECT ID: 2019-1-LT01-KA229-060496 – ERASMUS+

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What is bullying? Nowadays in some social realities, people decide to label you as normal or different. Even if diversity is what makes our societies richer, people need to create categories to put themselves in. Therefore, they decide diversity can be either by nature or by decision. We speak of diversity by nature when there is a disabled person, a person with different skin colour or different somatic traits. When we talk about diversity by decision, we mean a person who has decided to have a particular physical appearance, a person who goes outside the box. But often people have prejudices against these "different" people and this leads to discrimination and bullying. Just as it happened a few years ago to a classmate of my brother considered "different" because he decided to take dancing class. When his classmates found out that this boy practiced dance in his spare time, they began to insult him because in their mind dancing is not made for boys, but only for girls. Initially the boy decided to ignore what people were saying to him but over time things got worse. His classmates started bullying him and they painted his desk pink, wrote insulting notes and threw them at him, called him “gay” as a way to insult him. But the more he ignored them, the more they persecute him and in the end they resort to violence and they decided to stuck his head in the school toilet and to beat him. At that point, this boy tired of being bullied decided to talk with his parents and get out of this bad situation, but despite the collaboration between school and family collaboration, the poor boy felt so uncomfortable that he decides with his family to move to a new town with the hope of finding people with an "open mind". Now the boy is continuing his studies quietly and still practices dance without being afraid of the judgment of others. Putting myself in his shoes, I think I would have behaved in the same way but what I still can't understand is why these people did what they did. Fortunately I have never experienced something like that and I don’t how he must have felt, but I am sure that projects like this could help in the fight against discrimination and bullying PROJECT ID: 2019-1-LT01-KA229-060496 – ERASMUS+

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Each of us must be free to express himself, free to choose but above all free to live his life as he wishes! We must always report bullying and we must always talk about it. Who does not give up, always wins!

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List of content: 1. Lithuania – page 6; 2. Italy – page 19; 3. Romania – page 28; 4. Turkey – page 36. 5. Bulgaria – page 40. Disclaimer: “The European Union support for the production of this publication does not constitute an endorsement of the contents which reflects the views only of the authors, and the European Union cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein."

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Standing against Violence and Discrimination  

Online magazine No1 of the project "Standing against Violence and Discrimination", project ID: 2019-1- LT01-KA229-060496 of the Erasmus+ pro...

Standing against Violence and Discrimination  

Online magazine No1 of the project "Standing against Violence and Discrimination", project ID: 2019-1- LT01-KA229-060496 of the Erasmus+ pro...

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