The unsettling reality: Our teens are not safe
A recent BBC article unveiled some chilling statistics that have parents, educators, and community leaders concerned: a survey of 2,000 teenagers found that 27% of girls had experienced some form of sexual harassment. The figures also indicate that 44% of girls and 24% of boys feel unsafe walking alone on the street. These findings are more than just numbers—they’re a bleak representation of the risks that our young generation faces every day.
The Necessity of Immediate Action
The time for change is now. We cannot stand idly by, hoping that societal norms will shift or that legislation will protect our youth. While these factors are essential, there’s a more immediate and direct solution: empowering our teens with self-defence training. That’s where Mu-shin Self-defence comes into play.
How Mu-shin Self-defence is making a difference with Bushido Bitesize
Quick, effective learning modules
Instinctual responses through repetition
Fostering a sense of empowerment