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Muslim free schools report seven times less than the primary

There is a risk that the children from the muslim consulates, who are exposed to violence in the form of abuse, violence or neglect, do not get adequate help.

It warns the Institute for human Rights, in a new report likely to conclude that the muslim consulates have seven times fewer alerts than public schools.

It writes the Information.

Our report suggests that there is a marked underreporting of the muslim consulates. It means that we are afraid that there are children who are not getting the help they need, says Maria Ventegodt, which is ligebehandlingschef in the Institute for human Rights, to the media.

If an employee has a suspicion that a child is subjected to violence, sexual assault, abuse, or poor health conditions in the home, so the school has a duty to report it to the municipality.

In the study expected more notifications from the muslim consulates, among other things because several other studies have shown that violence in a pan happens more frequently in families with different ethnic backgrounds.

Yet to be reported, so significantly less from the muslim consulates.

the Report is based on an analysis of students from 0. to 9. class in 2016. Here there were 29 muslim free schools, which together had around 5000 students and reported 0,9 times per. 100 pupils.

public schools reported as 6.4 times, while the other consulates reported 2.7 times.

In his report, the Institute for human Rights also conducted 22 interviews, which among other things is with the school leaders of the muslim consulates.

Here point, especially for two reasons that muslim free schools report less.

The first reason is that they think they can handle the situation best though. School leaders, says among other things, that they have close relations to the parents, and that they have common values, which makes them able to handle it best himself.

The other reason is that some principals perceive it as a breach of confidence to inform the authorities, because they do not believe that the parents trust the authorities. School leaders believe their collaboration with the family becomes poorer, if they involve the municipality.

Maria Ventegodt tells the dog to Information, that it is illegal not to report, even though they believe that they best resolve the situation themselves. If the child has serious problems, so the school must not just decide to handle it internally.

On the basis of the report suggests the Department of human rights, that is associating a skolesocialrådgiver to all muslim consulates. In some municipalities, it has already adopted, including the city of Copenhagen.

According to Maria Ventegodt, it can help school staff to spot the problems. In addition, it may be that it is not to be construed as a breach of trust, to report to the authorities.

- It may on the contrary help the school to make better notifications to the municipality, such that there is a greater likelihood that their children will get better help. And here a socialrådgivers professionalism come into play, she says to the Information.

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