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Bullying Laws – Government

Bullying Laws – Government Bullying is Wrong and Hurtful Being safe in relationships is a fundamental human right. Every child and youth has the right to be safe and free from involvement in bullying. Children in all three roles with respect to bullying – those who are bullied, those who bully others, and those who know it is going on ... Read More »

What Can Be Done To Stop Bullying – Schools Responsibility

What Can Be Done To Stop Bullying – Schools Responsibility  Schools Responsibility   What can schools do about bullying? (Source: http://library.thinkquest.org/07aug/00117/schools.html) Children go to school to learn, and they need to be in a safe environment in order to do so. All kids deserve protection at school. Therefore, it is every school’s responsibility to make sure that their students are ... Read More »

What Can Be Done To Stop Bullying – Parents Responsibility

What Can Be Done To Stop Bullying – Parents Responsibility  Parents Responsibility There are many ideas for how parents should address and handle their children being bullied. We have added a few different approaches that hopefully give you an idea of how to address this terrorizing issue that your child is facing on a regular basis and have sourced as ... Read More »

What Can Be Done To Stop Bullying – Children Responsibility

What Can Be Done To Stop Bullying – Children Responsibility There are many effective strategies for both teachers and parents who wish to stop bullying. An important starting point is to realize that much bullying occurs without the knowledge of teachers and parents, and that many victims are very reluctant to tell adults of their problems with bullying. They may ... Read More »

Myths about Bullying

Myths about Bullying What are the myths about bullying?   Myth #1 – “Children have got to learn to stand up for themselves.” Reality – Children who get up the courage to complain about being bullied are saying they’ve tried and can’t cope with the situation on their own. Treat their complaints as a call for help. In addition to ... Read More »

Causes of Bullying

Causes of Bullying There are a number of different factors have been identified which contribute to act of bullying and the problems that transpire from this ongoing form of local terrorism. Some of these factors are seen within and because of the family, individual(s) and school. Some of the many reasons behind why bullies showcase this violent behaviour are: Abuse ... Read More »

Signs and Consequences of Bullying

Signs and Consequences of Bullying Children and youth who are being victimized often show a change in behaviour and/or emotions: Anxious, fearful, over-reactive Exhibits low self-esteem and makes negative comments about him/herself Expresses threats to hurt himself/herself or others Headaches and stomach aches Injuries, bruising, damaged clothing, broken things Lower interest and performance in school Loses things, needs money, reports ... Read More »

Bullying – Characteristics of a Bully

Bullying – Characteristics of a Bully Bullying often repeats because the reasons that bullies target their victims don’t change.   School violence is the violent attitude or behaviour that is seen in children in the school premises nowadays and is increasing at a rapid rate. These violent kids also trouble the other kids of the school. They threaten other children, bully ... Read More »

Schoolyard (Childhood) Bullying – Characteristics of a Bullied Victim

Schoolyard (Childhood) Bullying – Characteristics of a Bullied Victim No one deserves to be bullied. A power imbalance is found at the heart of the bullying dynamic. Children and youth who are marginalized in our society may be at high risk for victimization, which can lead to involvement in bullying. Adults responsible for children and youth need to be aware ... Read More »

Bullying – Definition

Bullying – Definition Bullying, whether in school, social groupings, at home or in the workplace is one of the most important social issue that is destroying our children (and as adults) that we are facing right now. Every child has the right to go to school and get an education, no matter what size, shape, color, race, disability or financial ... Read More »