Bullying occurs when a powerful person repeatedly hurts a less-powerful person. This is normally combined with evident enjoyment on the part of the bully, and a sense of being unfairly targeted on the part of the person being bullied.
Information for young people, parents and teachers on tackling bullying within schools.
A look at what makes people bullies, how they pick their victims, and how to deal with them.
Anti-bullying events for young people by young people. Strategies to tackle the bully and bullying itself.
Resource in Australia to assist students and teachers to make informed responses to bullying and harassment in the school environment.
Weblog offers help for teens that are bullied at school. Learn how to cope with the effects.
Find out why bullies act the way they do and how to stop them from picking on you.
Learn about how to respond to bullying by participating in games, viewing webisodes, and listening to real life stories.
Explains what bullying is, why kids do it, why some kids get bullied, and what to do. Includes where to find help in New Zealand, and a 24-hour helpline number.
Explains what to do if you or someone you know is being bullied, and how to get help.
Find out all about bullying, learn what you can do to stop bullying and watch videos.
Canadian students can safely and anonymously reports serious incidents of bullying at their schools.
Offers a safe place for education for children and youth in the United Kingdom who have been bullied. Includes links to sites that help those who are being bullied.
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