Group 4 - Saint Charles Garnier - ICT

Group 4 - Saint Charles Garnier - ICT

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02/12/2022

Bullying is a distinctive pattern of repeatedly and deliberately harming and humiliating others, specifically those who are smaller, weaker, younger or in any way more vulnerable than the bully. The deliberate targeting of those of lesser power is what distinguishes bullying from garden-variety aggression. Bullying can lead to various problems such as: anxiety, depression, stress, anger and low self-esteem. It can also have a negative effect on school performance. Bullying behaviors are associated with violence and criminal behavior later in life. We should not tolerate bullying, we should be kind to each other instead.

(Advocacy by Yestina Jimenez)

02/12/2022

The unique and personal experiences that each person has with gender are referred to as gender identities. It refers to the notion that an individual may identify as either male or female, neither, both, or a combination of the two. A person's gender identity might or might not correspond to the s*x assigned to them at birth. Gender often been conflated with s*x, it is defiened as a personal conception of oneself as a male, female, both, or neither. A gender role is usually determined by a culture or community, and may have rigid or loose definition depending on the approach by the community for rules placed upon any gender categories. Gender identity, as it develops, is self-identified, as a result of a combination of inherent and extrinsic factors; gender role, on the other hand, is demonstrated within society by a set of expected behaviors or characteristics for a given gender. The relationship between gender identity and role is mitigated by gender expression, which is the manner in which an individual manifests a gender identity.

(Advocacy by Regine Bacsa)

02/12/2022

People often suffer in silence and their conditions go untreated. Mental health awareness is an important initiative to improve understanding of mental health conditions and increase access to healthcare for those who need it. Raising mental health awareness is necessary because people are seriously affected by mental health issues every day.

(Advocacy by Chantelle Padduyao)

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