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Best check your world atlas. Did you do geography at school?
Your berethrens occupying others land coming from your geography sharing your colour, your blood and your culture.

I notice that she's still alive to report it to the police and is taken seriously.

Unlike India due to the high death rate amongst victims before they get anywhere near the police>

Stroke patient, 75, 'murdered' after being sexually assaulted while in hospital bed​

Pensioner Valerie Kneale, 75, broke her leg after falling from a chair after suffering from a stroke. A post mortem determined she had died after a potential sexual assault and police went on to arrest a hospital employee.

Yes, fully alive.

 

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Great Ormond Street Hospital porter who befriended the parents of his young victims to allow him to abuse boys across London has been jailed for life.

Paul Farrell, 55, kept a diary of threats and bribes used to keep one of the children under control, Wood Green Crown Court heard.

Farrell admitted 76 offences against eight victims, from 1985 to 2020. He must spend at least 18 years in jail.
He used an area of the hospital for abuse but did not target patients.

Prosecutors linked Farrell, of Camden, north London, to at least 500 instances of abuse, although they estimate the true figure is "likely to be in the thousands".

His 35-year campaign of abuse included attempted rape, sexual assault of a child under 13 and making indecent photographs of children.


Managed to acquire great wealth through centuries of loot and plunder but couldn't learn to be human. I can imagine the state of their societies if (hopefully not) these states go into prolonged economic depression.
 
Yes mate we jail ours. Maybe you should try it.
 
Can we offshore that piece of shit to a prison in India? We don't expect the Indian taxpayer to foot the bill, we will pay them to take the nonce. And it must reside in the general population, not a segregation wing.
 

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Rape Culture, Sexual abuse and harrasment Normalised in UK Schools, report says

ITV News Correspondent Rachel Younger heard the story of one woman who was sexually assaulted at 13-years-old and said 'nobody would believe' her
Some people claim there is greater convictions in UK and it turns out that victims are not even heard or believed. :worship::clap::applaud::bow:
The Office for Standards in Education (Ofsted) has reported that sexual harassment and online sexual abuse has become “normalised” in English schools and colleges, as 92 percent of schoolgirls suggested sexist name-calling, and 90 percent said being sent explicit pictures or videos, happened “a lot” or “sometimes

hmm... Over 90 percent. Some of the things India is far behind at the moment.

Almost 3,000 schools have been named for the first time by Everyone's Invited following allegations from students of rape, sexual assault and sexual harassment. Of those 2,962 schools named, 2,556 are secondary schools and 406 are primary schools.

Boys share “nudes” of their school peers on communication platforms like WhatsApp or Snapchat “like a collection game,” some girls said.

In one school, inspectors reported that “some girls can be contacted by up to 10 or 11 different boys a night to be asked for nude/semi-nude images.”

Meanwhile, 64 percent of girls reported cases of unwanted touching compared to 24 percent of boys. However, since students often saw no point in reporting incidents, Ofsted said, many teachers have underestimated the extent of the problem.
Good Job.
 
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Rape Culture, Sexual abuse and harrasment Normalised in UK Schools, report says


Some people claim there is greater convictions in UK and it turns out that victims are not even heard or believed. :worship::clap::applaud::bow:


hmm... Over 90 percent. Some of the things India is far behind at the moment.








Good Job.
You really are stupid, or do not understand what you read in your rush to post whataboutery.
 
I think the excited pant wetting plethora of emojis are a small clue as to the maturity and state of mind of earth's retarded uncledaddycousin.
 

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Sexual harassment is a routine part of life, schoolchildren tell Ofsted​


Pupils say incidents in school and online are too common to bother challenging or reporting

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Girls suffer disproportionately from sexist name-calling, online abuse, upskirting, unwanted touching in corridors and rape jokes on the school bus, Ofsted was told. Photograph: Klaus Vedfelt/Getty Images

Schoolchildren have told Ofsted inspectors that sexual harassment and online sexual abuse are such a routine part of their daily lives they don’t see any point in challenging or reporting it.

Girls suffer disproportionately, complaining of sexist name-calling, online abuse, upskirting, unwanted touching in school corridors and rape jokes on the school bus. Boys share nude pictures on WhatsApp and Snapchat “like a collection game”, inspectors were told.

A review by the schools’ inspectorate concluded that sexual harassment has become “normalised” for young people, in school, online and in other unsupervised spaces including parks and house parties.

It found that teachers “consistently underestimate” the scale of the problem and that sex education in schools was so out of touch with the reality of children’s lives that pupils turned to social media or their peers for information. One girl told inspectors: “It shouldn’t be our responsibility to educate boys.”

The report, published on Thursday, concluded that school inspections by Ofsted and the Independent Schools Inspectorate were “sometimes not robust enough” on sexual harassment and there was not always effective joint working between schools and local safeguarding teams.

Presenting the report, the chief inspector of schools in England, Amanda Spielman, said she was shocked by its findings. “It’s alarming that many children and young people, particularly girls, feel they have to accept sexual harassment as part of growing up. Whether it’s happening at school or in their social life, they simply don’t feel it’s worth reporting.”

Almost 80% of girls say sexual assault happens a lot or sometimes between people their age at secondary schools and colleges

Ofsted was asked to conduct a rapid review of sexual harassment and abuse in schools and colleges in England after thousands of harrowing testimonies detailing sexual abuse and misconduct in schools were posted on the Everyone’s Invited website this year.

Inspectors visited 32 unnamed schools and colleges in both the independent and state sector – including a number which were named on Everyone’s Invited – and spoke to more than 900 children and young people.

Nine out of 10 girls and half the boys who took part in the review said being sent unsolicited explicit pictures – so-called “dick pics” – or videos happened “a lot” or “sometimes” to them or their peers. A similar proportion of girls (92%) and three-quarters of boys complained of recurrent sexist name-calling. “The frequency of these harmful sexual behaviours means that some children and young people consider them normal,” the report said.

Three-quarters of girls report that pressure to provide sexual images of themselves happens a lot or sometimes at schools and colleges.

At one school, inspectors cut short the visit after uncovering serious safeguarding failures that triggered a full inspection. Although the review focused mainly on secondary school-aged children, inspectors went to two primary schools and found there were already concerns about children viewing porn and inappropriate images on social media.

At the end of their eight-week inquiry, inspectors were so struck by the widespread prevalence of the problem they told school leaders to “act on the assumption” that sexual harassment was affecting their pupils, even where there were no complaints.

Ofsted wants headteachers to take a whole-school approach and develop a culture where all kinds of sexual harassment are addressed and sanctioned. It calls for sex education to allow sufficient time to cover consent and sharing explicit images, and urges the government to take its findings into account as it of the review as it develops the online safety bill.

“This is a cultural issue; it’s about attitudes and behaviours becoming normalised, and schools and colleges can’t solve that by themselves,” Spielman said. “The government needs to look at online bullying and abuse, and the ease with which children can access pornography.”

She told a media briefing there was a legitimate discussion to be had about the appropriateness of mobile phones in schools. “We found they were frequently enabling harassment and abuse, through sharing nudes,” she said, adding: “Banning phones in schools does not stop harassment and abuse going on outside schools.”

Soma Sara, the founder of Everyone’s Invited, welcomed the report but said many of the findings had already been established in a landmark report by the Commons women and equalities committee in 2016. “Why hasn’t anything happened since then? How can we be sure that real change will come about after the Ofsted report? We’ve had reports in the past and nothing has happened. What’s different now?”

On Wednesday evening, the Everyone’s Invited website published for the first time the names of 2,962 schools in the UK mentioned among the 16,554 testimonies now posted on the website. The list includes both secondary and primary schools, from both the state and private sector, and their locations in every corner of the UK but gives no further details of the nature or number of allegations made against them.

“The schools we should be worrying about are the schools not mentioned on Everyone’s Invited,” said Sara.

Some school heads have told their pupils not to share their testimonies with Everyone’s Invited. Why are some headteachers silencing survivors? Why is the reputation of institutions being prioritised over victims of rape and sexual abuse?”

Responding to the Ofsted report, the Department for Education promised more support for schools to tackle sexual abuse and strengthened safeguarding guidance. The NSPCC helpline set up in April to support children reporting abuse in education will run for a further four months until October. It has received 426 calls so far and 80 referrals have been made to external agencies including police and social services.

The education secretary, Gavin Williamson, said: “Sexual abuse in any form is completely unacceptable. No young person should feel that this is a normal part of their daily lives – schools are places of safety, not harmful behaviours that are tolerated instead of tackled.”

Paul Whiteman, the general secretary of school leaders’ union NAHT, said: “Sexual harassment and violence is a problem that reaches far beyond the school gates. There is no doubt that schools can and should play a key role in this work, but they can’t solve it alone. We need government and other agencies to play their part too.”

 

Sexual harassment is a routine part of life, schoolchildren tell Ofsted​


Pupils say incidents in school and online are too common to bother challenging or reporting

5760.jpg

Girls suffer disproportionately from sexist name-calling, online abuse, upskirting, unwanted touching in corridors and rape jokes on the school bus, Ofsted was told. Photograph: Klaus Vedfelt/Getty Images

Schoolchildren have told Ofsted inspectors that sexual harassment and online sexual abuse are such a routine part of their daily lives they don’t see any point in challenging or reporting it.

Girls suffer disproportionately, complaining of sexist name-calling, online abuse, upskirting, unwanted touching in school corridors and rape jokes on the school bus. Boys share nude pictures on WhatsApp and Snapchat “like a collection game”, inspectors were told.

A review by the schools’ inspectorate concluded that sexual harassment has become “normalised” for young people, in school, online and in other unsupervised spaces including parks and house parties.

It found that teachers “consistently underestimate” the scale of the problem and that sex education in schools was so out of touch with the reality of children’s lives that pupils turned to social media or their peers for information. One girl told inspectors: “It shouldn’t be our responsibility to educate boys.”

The report, published on Thursday, concluded that school inspections by Ofsted and the Independent Schools Inspectorate were “sometimes not robust enough” on sexual harassment and there was not always effective joint working between schools and local safeguarding teams.

Presenting the report, the chief inspector of schools in England, Amanda Spielman, said she was shocked by its findings. “It’s alarming that many children and young people, particularly girls, feel they have to accept sexual harassment as part of growing up. Whether it’s happening at school or in their social life, they simply don’t feel it’s worth reporting.”

Almost 80% of girls say sexual assault happens a lot or sometimes between people their age at secondary schools and colleges

Ofsted was asked to conduct a rapid review of sexual harassment and abuse in schools and colleges in England after thousands of harrowing testimonies detailing sexual abuse and misconduct in schools were posted on the Everyone’s Invited website this year.

Inspectors visited 32 unnamed schools and colleges in both the independent and state sector – including a number which were named on Everyone’s Invited – and spoke to more than 900 children and young people.

Nine out of 10 girls and half the boys who took part in the review said being sent unsolicited explicit pictures – so-called “dick pics” – or videos happened “a lot” or “sometimes” to them or their peers. A similar proportion of girls (92%) and three-quarters of boys complained of recurrent sexist name-calling. “The frequency of these harmful sexual behaviours means that some children and young people consider them normal,” the report said.

Three-quarters of girls report that pressure to provide sexual images of themselves happens a lot or sometimes at schools and colleges.

At one school, inspectors cut short the visit after uncovering serious safeguarding failures that triggered a full inspection. Although the review focused mainly on secondary school-aged children, inspectors went to two primary schools and found there were already concerns about children viewing porn and inappropriate images on social media.

At the end of their eight-week inquiry, inspectors were so struck by the widespread prevalence of the problem they told school leaders to “act on the assumption” that sexual harassment was affecting their pupils, even where there were no complaints.

Ofsted wants headteachers to take a whole-school approach and develop a culture where all kinds of sexual harassment are addressed and sanctioned. It calls for sex education to allow sufficient time to cover consent and sharing explicit images, and urges the government to take its findings into account as it of the review as it develops the online safety bill.

“This is a cultural issue; it’s about attitudes and behaviours becoming normalised, and schools and colleges can’t solve that by themselves,” Spielman said. “The government needs to look at online bullying and abuse, and the ease with which children can access pornography.”

She told a media briefing there was a legitimate discussion to be had about the appropriateness of mobile phones in schools. “We found they were frequently enabling harassment and abuse, through sharing nudes,” she said, adding: “Banning phones in schools does not stop harassment and abuse going on outside schools.”

Soma Sara, the founder of Everyone’s Invited, welcomed the report but said many of the findings had already been established in a landmark report by the Commons women and equalities committee in 2016. “Why hasn’t anything happened since then? How can we be sure that real change will come about after the Ofsted report? We’ve had reports in the past and nothing has happened. What’s different now?”

On Wednesday evening, the Everyone’s Invited website published for the first time the names of 2,962 schools in the UK mentioned among the 16,554 testimonies now posted on the website. The list includes both secondary and primary schools, from both the state and private sector, and their locations in every corner of the UK but gives no further details of the nature or number of allegations made against them.

“The schools we should be worrying about are the schools not mentioned on Everyone’s Invited,” said Sara.

Some school heads have told their pupils not to share their testimonies with Everyone’s Invited. Why are some headteachers silencing survivors? Why is the reputation of institutions being prioritised over victims of rape and sexual abuse?”

Responding to the Ofsted report, the Department for Education promised more support for schools to tackle sexual abuse and strengthened safeguarding guidance. The NSPCC helpline set up in April to support children reporting abuse in education will run for a further four months until October. It has received 426 calls so far and 80 referrals have been made to external agencies including police and social services.

The education secretary, Gavin Williamson, said: “Sexual abuse in any form is completely unacceptable. No young person should feel that this is a normal part of their daily lives – schools are places of safety, not harmful behaviours that are tolerated instead of tackled.”

Paul Whiteman, the general secretary of school leaders’ union NAHT, said: “Sexual harassment and violence is a problem that reaches far beyond the school gates. There is no doubt that schools can and should play a key role in this work, but they can’t solve it alone. We need government and other agencies to play their part too.”


Posting the same story in different words without actually reading the report makes you look even dumber.
 
Posting the same story in different words without actually reading the report makes you look even dumber.

You sure that that is possible?

I suppose that we should never be so arrogant that we think that someone has reached the pinnacle of stupidity.
 

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Posting the same story in different words without actually reading the report makes you look even dumber.
Why don't you enlighten me if I have misread or misunderstood something rather than just ranting how one looks dumb or stupid? You are an enlightened being, right? Or have you not read it yourself?
 
Why don't you enlighten me if I have misread or misunderstood something rather than just ranting how one looks dumb or stupid? You are an enlightened being, right? Or have you not read it yourself?
Of course it's not acceptable. The difference is that people can generally go to the toilet in peace and don't get raped, burnt & murdered.
Is there a similar survey/website in India? Is there a concern?
 
Of course it's not acceptable. The difference is that people can generally go to the toilet in peace and don't get raped, burnt & murdered.
Is there a similar survey/website in India? Is there a concern?
You lost him at "go to the toilet", the drive defecating dalit daftie.
 
Of course it's not acceptable. The difference is that people can generally go to the toilet in peace and don't get raped, burnt & murdered.
Is there a similar survey/website in India? Is there a concern?
I think you've just hit on the reason they shit in the street in India, less chance of being raped.
 
Why don't you enlighten me if I have misread or misunderstood something rather than just ranting how one looks dumb or stupid? You are an enlightened being, right? Or have you not read it yourself?
Have you apologized to your neighbors for knocking 10% off the value of their house when you moved in and then making it stink of curry?
 
Why don't you enlighten me if I have misread or misunderstood something rather than just ranting how one looks dumb or stupid? You are an enlightened being, right? Or have you not read it yourself?
"For example, nearly 90% of girls, and nearly 50% of boys, said being sent explicit pictures or videos of things they did not want to see happens a lot or sometimes to them or their peers"

"For example, 92% of girls, and 74% of boys, said sexist name-calling happens a lot or sometimes to them or their peers."

There are a couple of points from the report to be going on with. You will find a whole range of behaviours has been merged together into a single headline percentage.

Now, will you admit that you didn't actually read beyond the headline, or that you didn't understand what you read?
 
I think you've just hit on the reason they shit in the street in India, less chance of being raped.
Sadly...yes. Women/girls/children say they open-defaecate because they can either do it in the field/street when there are people around, or they only go when it's dark/very early/late.
Edit: might try & find the link(s). Terrible reading though.
 
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