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DSince your appointment final January, we’ve requested a gathering to evaluate the progress of all of the tasks undertaken. Unfortunately, our requests weren’t answered, highlighting the necessity for extra sustained political involvement. During your speech to the rectors on January 25, you offered your method consisting of “giving meaning, clarity, energy”.

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Today we urge you to supply us with a solution. A response regarding institutions the place republican values ​​are fading, the place social range is threatened, the place the precept of authority is flouted. We ask you to answer these 1000’s of households who really feel deserted, to those 1000’s of deserted victims.

Thanks to the motion of Jean-Michel Blanquer, the pHARe program was capable of grow to be a actuality. Thanks to the dedication of Erwan Balanant, deputy for Finistère, the scourge of faculty bullying is now not unpunished. Thanks to the unwavering dedication and actions of Gabriel Attal, anticipated bulletins lastly took form. However, many issues persist.

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It’s already time to make your commitments a actuality

Now is the time to additional ship in your commitments. It shouldn’t be with phrases that we treatment the ills of an establishment, however with actions. In 2011, Luc Chatel, then Minister of National Education, already warned of the necessity to act within the face of harassment at college: “How, on this place of transmission, understanding, openness, has- Was it not potential to apprehend the repeated violence to which sure college students have been victims? How, on this place of obligatory coaching, might we not, can’t we guarantee the security of these primarily involved within the face of this fixed oppression that’s harassment? »

Thirteen years later, these phrases testify to a regrettable stagnation within the public insurance policies put in place to successfully fight this scourge. How for much longer will we’ve to attend earlier than seeing concrete outcomes, which might give hope to the lots of of 1000’s of younger individuals who, yearly, are victims of faculty bullying and cyberbullying? Today, we should go additional, be much more bold.

It's excessive time for disgrace to alter sides

In addition to the applying of the plan to fight bullying at college introduced final September by Élisabeth Borne, then Prime Minister, extra assets have to be granted to associations which work diligently each day, in shut collaboration with academies, college students, and academic employees, to be able to elevate consciousness amongst as many individuals as potential. It is critical to determine rigorous psychological supervision for college kids who’re perpetrators of harassment and transferred to different academic institutions. We should distribute the distinctive quantity 3018 on public transport to be able to attain a wider viewers. You can have understood, we’ve a number of proposals, they’re at your disposal.

Today, I’m writing to you as a former sufferer of harassment, as president of an affiliation, as a citizen. I’m satisfied that we should transfer ahead collectively: the lives of 1000’s of scholars are in our arms. The electroshock began by Gabriel Attal should persist, to place an finish to impunity, to permit the tens of millions of scholars enrolled within the colleges of the Republic to be taught peacefully, in order that disgrace modifications sides.

*Founding president of the Résiste affiliation, an affiliation combating in opposition to college bullying and cyberbullying, former sufferer of faculty bullying.