Violations of rights can occur in nearby spaces such as our school or home. In both, children and young people can protect them. Some steps that help us are: Know the rights and locate the people, authorities or institutions that we can go to if they are violated. Degree Board, the Student Council, the DOBE, our tutor, the school principal. Report, make the decision to speak or help other affected people to do so. This can be done, for example, by requesting an appointment with the authority or by drafting a letter in we explain the violation and ask that steps be taken to stop it.
Follow up on our complaint until it is resolved, and if it concerns the entire educational community, disseminate its results.
Some violations are very personal and we have the right to privacy. In these cases, it is important to turn to a trusted person, family or authority.