International Network on School Bullying and Violence
Type of Organization: Intergovernmental
Home Country: Multi-National
The International Network on School Bullying and Violence (see http://oecd-sbv.net/ ) aims to support countries seeking to combat school bullying and violence by:
* Sharing and disseminating information on experience, research and good practice in the field;
* Providing a platform for co-operation on particular issues, for example on the problems of implementation or evaluation;
* Facilitating contacts – for example among practitioners in different countries, or between researchers on the one hand and policy-makers and practitioners on the other;
* Providing a point of linkage with other international networks working in related fields
The International Network was part of the 2005-6 Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) Programme of Work and is now part of the Programme of Work 2007-11. The International Network on School Bullying and Violence was founded after the international conference ‘Taking Fear out of Schools’ in 2004.
It is a network with 21 participating countries: Australia, Austria, Belgium, Canada, France, Germany, Hungary, Ireland, Israel, Japan, Korea, Mexico, New Zealand, Norway, Poland, Slovak Republic, Slovenia, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, United Kingdom.
The Slovak Republic is undertaking international co-ordination 2007-09.
Name: International Network on School Bullying and Violence
Contact person: Alojz Nociar
Contact email: email@example.com