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Parenting Month: The End of Corporal Punishment & Abusive Disciplinary Practices

Feature | November 28, 2019
In an ideal world, children would be born well-adjusted and, just in case something goes wrong, a manual would tell you what to do, eliminating the need for discipline. Unfortunately, this is not the case and parents are left to apply their own methods of discipline and guidance, many of them passed down from previous generations. Join us on this programme as we discuss the steps being taken to end corporal punishment.
Presenter: Vanessa Silvera
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