Evaluation of a Violence-Prevention Programme with Jamaican Primary School Teachers: A Cluster Randomised Trial – Estimates of past-year prevalence of violence against children indicate that more than three quarters of the world’s children (1.5 billion children) have experienced violence, showing an urgent need for evidence-based interventions to prevent violence against children to be adopted and scaled at the global level [1]. Children are exposed to violence at home, at school and in the community. At school, children are faced with violence from teachers and from peers. The use of corporal punishment at school is prohibited in 131 countries, but there are no legal bans in 68 countries

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