Education Ministry sets up special committee for sexual harassment, bullying cases

19/5/2022 8:21:00 AM

Education Ministry sets up special committee for sexual harassment, bullying cases

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Education Ministry sets up special committee for sexual harassment , bullying cases

PETALING JAYA: A special committee has been set up to improve procedures for cases of sexual harassment and bullying in educational institutions under the Education Ministry ( KPM ), says Datuk Dr Radzi Jidin .

“The committee is composed of eight individuals with extensive experience and with different professional backgrounds.“Among them are former senior government officials, lecturers, counsellors, legal officers and representatives of non-governmental organisations.

“Thank you for your willingness to help KPM,” he said in a post on his Facebook page on Thursday (May 19).Radzi said establishing the special committee is one of KPM’s approaches to finding the best solution to deal with sexual harassment and bullying cases in educational institutions under the ministry.

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This is getting out of hand. Just expel these bullies & ensure they are not accepted to ANY learning institutions in Malaysia for the rest of their natural lives KemPendidikan MOHEOfficial RadziJidin TrustNoOne Set up no point if you don’t Take any action just like setting up 2 dollar company just for show

Nevermind he RadziJidin is truly a Gaji Buta Menteri But he is wasting the future of Malaysian children as Education Minister. IsmailSabri60 do what is right Why everything must have a special committee … what is the current committee doing ?

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The Education Minister said former education director-general Datuk Dr Habibah Abdul Rahim has been appointed as the chairman of the special committee which will examine such cases.This year, eight schools under the PPKI primary schools are recipients of the Rotary Global Grant-sponsored multisensory therapy classrooms and training of 30 teachers for special needs pupils.A SINGAPORE (May 17): Malaysia and Thailand have agreed to set up a joint special committee to discuss the finer points related to planning, route and other technical aspects of the proposed Bangkok-Kuala Lumpur High-Speed Rail (HSR) project.Telegram channel for the latest updates.

“The committee is composed of eight individuals with extensive experience and with different professional backgrounds. “Among them are former senior government officials, lecturers, counsellors, legal officers and representatives of non-governmental organisations. “The Rotary Global Grant can provide the facilities and training for teachers in a one-and-a-half-day session for the schools involved. “Thank you for your willingness to help KPM,” he said in a post on his Facebook page on Thursday (May 19). Wee wrote further that following the visit by Prime Minister Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob to meet the Thai Prime Minister in February this year, “we have also initiated talks on a proposed HSR project linking Bangkok and Kuala Lumpur as mooted by our respective prime ministers”. Radzi said establishing the special committee is one of KPM’s approaches to finding the best solution to deal with sexual harassment and bullying cases in educational institutions under the ministry. “This will help special needs children adapt to the environment,” said Rotary Club Bandar Utama assistant governor and past president Judy Chong at the opening of a multisensory therapy classroom in SJK (C) Sungai Buloh in Kampung Baru Sungai Buloh, Selangor. “We are confident and believe that, with the experience and expertise of its members, this special committee will be able to help KPM to study in-depth and subsequently recommend appropriate action plans that can be taken to address cases of sexual harassment and bullying,” he added.” On February 26, it was reported that Malaysia and Thailand had agreed to carry out a feasibility study for the HSR route between Kuala Lumpur and Bangkok.

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