Bullying and Discrimination

sikh helpline kirpanThe Sikh Help Line have yet helped another Sikh youth resolve his problems... Everyone can remember when they were in school...

 

That first day, when you started secondary school, many of us attempted to blend in, make some friends with whom you would spend many enjoyable years with. Meet people you can chill out and share your ups and downs with. Many of us had that chance and will remember our secondary school life to be the best and will never forget it, but there are some of us who don't and some of our youth today who find major difficulties in their school life. Not because they are struggling with their school work, actually a high percentage of our kids do quite well. But because they are outcaste by their class mates because of their religion.  more info:   Criminal Law and the Kirpan in the UK

 

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