Anti Bullying Week

Anti-Bullying Week Irony

Lucy Roberts | Posted 18.11.2014 | UK Lifestyle
Lucy Roberts

Studies carried out by The Anti-bulling Aliance show that people living with any form of disability or additional learning need are more likely to be a victim of bullying. Despite this, anyone can become a victim of bullying, and so this year's theme for anti bullying week is 'Lets Stop Bullying for All'.

Homophobic Bullying and the Responsibilities of Children's Television

Shaun Dellenty | Posted 18.11.2014 | UK Entertainment
Shaun Dellenty

Still missing is regular, usualised (to use Sue Sanders word) portrayals of LGBT pupils, parents and role models who are happy, successful and kind human beings- just going about their lives. Such portrayals send a vital life-changing message to the emergent young LGBT souls out there.

How Can We Expect the Kids to Sort Their Behaviour Out?

James Wharton | Posted 19.01.2013 | UK Universities & Education
James Wharton

While the focus of this week's National Anti-Bullying Week will be aimed at children and teenagers, we mustn't overlook and forget the vast number of adults, some of whom are public officials, who equally need to take heed of this important annual event.

The Internet Has Made Bullying Easier, Let's Fight It This Anti Bullying Week

Sarah Cawood | Posted 15.01.2012 | UK
Sarah Cawood

So when does a hearty teasing turn into something darker and more malicious? And when is bullying just merciless teasing? Should we discourage our children from ribbing each other entirely lest they suffer some sort of emotional damage? I think that depends on the child and the situation.

One In Three Young People Cyberbullied By Abusive Emails, Texts Or Prank Calls

PA | Posted 10.01.2012 | UK Universities & Education

More than a third of young people have been affected by cyberbullying, but many do not tell anyone, research suggests. The new study also reveals f...