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WebsiteIconStopBullying.gov

StopBullying.gov provides information from various government agencies on what bullying is, what cyberbullying is, who is at risk, and how you can prevent and respond to bullying.
http://www.stopbullying.gov/

 

WebsiteIconPacer.org

National Bullying Prevention Center, actively leads social change, so that bullying is no longer considered an accepted childhood rite of passage. PACER provides innovative resources for students, parents, educators, and others, and recognizes bullying as a serious community issue that impacts education, physical and emotional health, and the safety and well-being of students.
http://www.pacer.org/bullying/

 

WebsiteIconLive Different!

We are about change. We are about hope. We are about the continual dream and reality of making a positive difference in the world around us. We believe that together, we really can make a difference!
http://livedifferent.com/

 

WebsiteIconStomp Out Bullying

STOMP Out Bullying™ is the leading national anti-bullying and cyberbullying organization for kids and teens in the U.S.
http://www.stompoutbullying.org/

 

WebsiteIconNo Bully

No Bully’s mission is to bring innovative, sustainable solutions to bullying, harassment and violence in schools.
http://www.nobully.com/

 

WebsiteIconStop Bullying Now Foundation, Inc.

The primary mission of Stop Bullying Now Foundation, Inc. is to raise money for school districts around the country to address and eliminate the ongoing dangerous student bullying problem which is causing death, much mental and physical harm as well as forcing students to drop out of school. These school districts do not have the funds to address this important problem because of budget cuts due to deficits.
http://stopbullyingnowfoundation.org/main/

More Great Bullying Information from Jo Frost
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BULLYING | ADDITIONAL RESOURCES

WebsiteIconStop Bullying: Speak Up | Find Out How to Prevent Bullying
Kids can find out about how to prevent bullying on this Cartoon Network site in fun, effective ways. Filled with stories from youth and adults who have had diverse experiences with bullying. Learn effective anti-bullying strategies.
www.cartoonnetwork.com/promos/stopbullying/index.html

 

WebsiteIconCyberbullying Resource Center
View or print out the Parent’s Guide to Cyberbullying . Find further advice based on best, most current research available, including parental tips on videogaming.
www.ConnectSafely.org

 

WebsiteIconStopBullying: Speak Up Facebook
Seeks to raise awareness of actions that parents, kids and educators can take to prevent bullying.
www.facebook.com/stopbullyingspeakup

 

WebsiteIconFacebook Bullying Prevention Hub
Yale Center for Emotional Intelligence and Facebook provide support for people who witness bullying, both online and off. Provides advice to victims who receive harassing content , recommendations to adults who want to help, and advice for the person accused of bullying, including how he or she can do better.
ei.yale.edu/introducing-the-facebook-bullying-prevention-hub/

 

WebsiteIconTool Kits for Kids
Products designed for kids to learn specific emotional life skills (such as build self-esteem, reduce worry, build resilience) in fun, effective ways. Kits address characteristics of a child’s age group—elementary through middle/high school. Adults can also participate. The most widely recognized cognitive and behavioral skills/activities are utilized.
www.toolkitsforkids.com/index.php/products

 

WebsiteIconKids in The House
Expert parenting advice from over 450 experts. Over 8,000 one minute videos to help answer all questions on parenting. 330 + videos on bullying.
www.kidsinthehouse.com/search/site/bullying?page=2#

 

WebsiteIconPacer Kids Against Bullying
A creative, innovative and educational website designed for elementary school students to learn about bullying prevention, engage in activities and be inspired to take action.
www.PACERkidsagainstbullying.org

 

WebsiteIconPacer Kids Against Bullying
Created by and for teens, this website is a place for middle and high school students to find ways to address bullying, to take action, to be heard, and to own an important social cause.
www.PACERteensagainstbullying.org

 

WebsiteIconVoice Nation | Voice4Nations
Starting a new year at school can be a lot of fun: there are new friends and teachers to look forward to, old friends to meet up with, and a whole new experience to enter. Sadly, all of this can easily fade into the background if bullying arises. There are many different forms of bullying and it is important for everyone to know about them so that it can be recognized and dealt with when it comes up. Don’t ever feel ashamed or scared of having to report an incident of bullying to a call center live answering service. Bullying, whatever the reason, is always wrong. There are always ways to deal with it, even if the situation may seem impossible. Read on through the rest of this article to learn how to spot the signs of bullying and how to protect yourself or friends from it.
www.qualityansweringservice.com/call-stop-bullying-answering-service
www.voice4nations.org/bullying

 

WebsiteIconLace Up Stand Up is an anti-bullying movement in California. It was created by Kyle Miller and Chris Barrett to fulfill the requirements of a class project on social change at the University of San Diego. “Rather than focusing on empowering the victim or disarming the bully, as many anti-bullying campaigns do…LUSU places the responsibility on the witness….the observer has the greatest positive impact on the situation.” www.laceupstandup.com

 

WebsiteIconFinally, we are extremely grateful for the recommendation made by a Girl Scout troop in Seattle that suggested we post “Cyberbullying: The New Online Crime.” www.grabellaw.com/cyberbullying-the-new-online-crime.html

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