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    Netty Conducted a Dialogue With Students Via Vidcon



    BANDUNG-The Government of West Java Declared its "Against the Violence" programme. The programme was initiated on Monday (18/7) in Gedung Sate led by the Governor of West Java, Ahmad Heryawan and the Head of Integrated Service Centre for Woman and Children Empowerment (P2TP2A) of West Java, Netty Prasetyani Heryawan.

    Aside of the initiation, this morning, Mrs. Netty conducted a video conference with some highschool/vocational school around Bandung. One of them being SMA 11 BANDUNG CITY.

    "The video conference is expected to spread the word about the initiation of "Against the Violence" programme especially around the educational institution such as school which has just recieved its new students today," said the Public Relation of SMA 11 BANDUNG CITY, Diah Kuswarini.

    During the video conference, Mrs. Netty invites the students to have a dialogue with her about everything. One of the topic chosen was about school orientation period. Some students admit that they do not feel any abuse during the orientation period.

    Netty also invites the schools officials to maintain control and supervision on the students' use of mobile phone. "The school could provide a locker in which students could store their personal belonging such as mobile phone during the school time," said netty.

    Netty also talked about the pornographic content and how to prevent it. "According to the children, pornographic content is almost there throughout social media and it is hard to avoid it," only we (students) should filter them out, said one of the students during the dialogue. "The trick, is to block" of the social media account, he added.

    Furthermore, Diah said, "I'm sure there will be no hazing in SMA 11, even before the declaration of "Against the Violence" programme, we have no system of hazing in our orientation period," Diah said.

    Video conference lasted approximately one hour and the students in each high school expressed support to the programme. (PUN)

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