Anti-Bullying Week: United Against Bullying Online

Established by the Anti-Bullying Alliance in 2004, Anti-Bullying Week is an annual event that raises awareness of bullying of children and young people. Anti-Bullying Week takes place November 16 to 20, and this year’s theme is United Against Bullying. Over the years, bullying has evolved and adapted to the changing world – and, unfortunately, technology … More Anti-Bullying Week: United Against Bullying Online

Anti-Bullying Week 2020: Why we must unite to prevent cyberbullying

Anti-Bullying Week, an annual campaign that aims to combat bullying and abuse at school, is running from Monday, November 16, to Friday, November 20, this year. Anti-Bullying Week is organized by the Anti-Bullying Alliance, and this year’s theme is “United Against Bullying,” encouraging teachers, parents, and caregivers to emphasize the power that people can have … More Anti-Bullying Week 2020: Why we must unite to prevent cyberbullying

Cyberbullying: Advice for victims and witnesses

According to the Cyberbullying Research Center, about half of young people have experienced cyberbullying in one form or another at least once, and between 10% and 20% of them are regularly bullied online. In other words, there is a strong chance this affects you, whether as a victim, a witness, or as a bully. Cyberbullying is … More Cyberbullying: Advice for victims and witnesses

Finland – hope in the fight against cyberbullying

Cyberbullying is an issue causing havoc across the world, placing thousands of children and teenagers who have to contend with it in situations where they are the victims of threats and aggression. “THE FOCUS OF PREVENTION AND MITIGATION OF BULLYING WITHIN AND OUTSIDE THE DIGITAL SPHERE IS APPLIED FROM ELEMENTARY SCHOOL” Some countries have taken matters … More Finland – hope in the fight against cyberbullying

Do you know if your child is being cyberbullied? ESET points out some red flags

While most children will soon enjoy the summer holidays, some of them, will enjoy being away from school for altogether less pleasant reasons – to get away from­ bullies, who bother them offline or online over social networks. Unfortunately, not every parent can distinguish common teenage difficulties from the red flags raised by insidious peers. … More Do you know if your child is being cyberbullied? ESET points out some red flags