UNICEF “proposed” Kazakhstani parents to buy belts and adhesive for “children upbringing”
Almaty. May 13. KazTAG - UNICEF has proposed Kazakhstani parents to buy belts and adhesive for upbringing of their children.
"Unaware representatives of Kazakhstan have been invited to take part in the action and acquire "upbringing tools". Playing a role of the promoter of the action Anastassiya Tarasova, actress of theater and mother of two children was offering the passers- by to buy a belt, slippers and other "upbringing tools," reports the message.
The actress was presenting the "advantages" of each "tool".
"This belt is made of leather, it is very reliable. If you beat your child with it regularly, he will become obedient in a very short term," she was saying.
Slippers were recommended for minor children, while an adhesive was recommended for crying and too talkative children.
"The target of the provocative experiment is to attract the attention to violence and tough treatment of children. According to the poll conducted in 2016, more than a half of adults in Kazakhstan approve violence as punishment for children," reports UNICEF.
The social experiment has shown that many parents are concerned about the situation and approve positive upbringing.
"I propose to burn down all these things," said one of the participants.
Tarasova marked that beating negatively affects not only physical, but also psychological health of children.
"Belt and beating will leave traces not only on the body, but on the soul. Be sure that in 10 cases out of 10 you will get an intimidated child with numerous diseases in elder life," concluded Tarasova.
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