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Boxing instead of rackets: TSV 1860 head boxing trainer Ali Cukur talks to Tölz secondary school students about preventing violence

2022-05-16T11:08:42.993Z

Boxing instead of rackets: TSV 1860 head boxing trainer Ali Cukur talks to Tölz secondary school students about preventing violence Created: 05/16/2022, 1:00 p.m Ali Cukur (with school social worker Andrea Daccache) answered questions from the Tölz secondary school students. © pas Violence prevention was recently on the timetable for the students at the Tölz secondary school. TSV 1860 head boxi



Boxing instead of rackets: TSV 1860 head boxing trainer Ali Cukur talks to Tölz secondary school students about preventing violence

Created: 05/16/2022, 1:00 p.m

Ali Cukur (with school social worker Andrea Daccache) answered questions from the Tölz secondary school students.

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Violence prevention was recently on the timetable for the students at the Tölz secondary school.

TSV 1860 head boxing trainer Ali Cukur answered their questions on this topic.

Bad Tölz – In addition to algebra, English vocabulary and biology lessons, the building blocks of school education also include prevention of violence and peace education.

Around 90 ninth-grade students at the Tölz secondary school were now eagerly watching the film “Lionhearted – From the Cover”, a documentary by Antje Drinnenberg about young people, crime and martial arts.

Cukur has experience with young people who have gone down the wrong path

The film accompanies Ali Cukur, boxing coach at TSV 1860 Munich.

On this day, he answered questions from the Realschule students.

The main focus was on conflict resolution, martial arts, reducing aggression and preventing violence.

Because Cukur is also an anti-violence trainer and as such has some experience in dealing with young people who have gone off the rails.

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Boxing trainer gave students advice on how to resolve conflicts

He answered – very relaxed and authentic – the many questions the students had.

Some hoped for advice on how to avoid beatings and violence in the playground.

Cukur emphasized: "Violence has never solved problems." Talking, on the other hand, according to the coach, is a key to solving almost all problems.

You should never hit back.

He himself has had contact with many people who have experienced the highest form of violence.

Among other things, with people who had to flee religious wars.

"Some have arrived here, however, then thought that they had to continue their fights," said Cukur.

He tried hard to make these people understand how absurd, but also dangerous, this behavior is.

Cukur knows how difficult it is to get back up after a tragedy

The boxing trainer, who himself speaks of a "problematic childhood", knows exactly how difficult it can be to get up again after a stroke of fate.

"Nevertheless, you have to keep fighting and fight your way through in the truest sense of the word." In order to dissuade young people in conflict-ridden situations from violence, he often shows them positive examples.

He reports on people who have managed to turn their backs on a life of violence and crime "and thus made it to something".

Pupils should not lose faith in their own abilities by showing films

The film screening and Ali Cukur's visit were organized by the school social worker Andrea Daccache.

"We hope the film will remind students to control themselves, to obey rules, but also to have faith in their abilities and to ask for help when it's needed," she said.

By Paul Sellinger

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Source: merkur

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