Bullying individuals because they appear “different” is wrong, says Unicef representative in Malaysia Marianne Clark-Hattingh.
“Bullying kills. It shatters human lives and tears apart the social fabric. It goes against Malaysian values of tolerance and understanding,” added Clark-Hattingh in a statement yesterday.
Those who bully are “violent and weak”, said Clark-Hattingh of the case of 18-year-old student T. Nhaveen who is in a coma.
Clark-Hattingh said bullying often started at childhood and what happened to Nhaveen was the result of years of systematic provocation.
“(Bullying) can and should be stopped. If you witness a bullying incident, do not keep quiet.
“Report immediately, speak out before it is too late,” she added.
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