Teaching respect and how to treat others at school

"No-one is born with a hostile or cruel temperament and no-one becomes hostile or cruel without spending the time required to learn this", Rojas Marcos.


    The aim of the educational programme Violence: Zero Tolerance is to prevent and raise awareness of the problem of violence by training teachers and pupils.

    The ultimate proposal is for young people to put their awareness of the phenomenon of violence into practice.

    They are the ones who need to carry out the real prevention of this serious problem, with guidance from their teachers.


    • Teachers from primary and secondary education and training cycles interested in prevention and awareness-raising related to violence

    • Pupils in the 3rd and 4th year of ESO and training cycles.


    • We provide teachers with tools for the prevention of violence via a training programme carried out through agreements with public administrations and other institutions.

    • We offer educational materials and proposals to tackle violence in the classroom.

  • From 2009 to 2015, 7,144 pupils and 2,170 teachers have taken part in the educational programme

  • 240 teachers were trained in 2015

  • 1,087 pupils benefitted from the programme in 2015