Anti-bullying

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Bullying can take many forms, all of them damaging. This collection of resources can help you and your program participants define, identify and prevent or stop bullying in after school programs and in other areas of their lives.  

24 percent of parents report their child bullies or is cruel to other children at least some of the time, and 35 percent of parents report...
Various lessons and activities to teach anti-bullying. Lessons and activities compliled from outside sources and adapted for use by...
This brief from Child Trends' latest brief describes factors that promote positive peer relations; provides information about easy-to-use...
A fact sheet defining bullying, looking at facts and myths, and suggestions on how to stop it. Adapted for use by Chinguacousy Wellness...
"Bullying Prevention in Schools" is a study by the NCPC on school-based anti-bullying programs. Its goals were to:1. Identify promising...
Bullying prevention resources on the Ministry’s Bullying Prevention Resource database, such as against racism, individuals with autism, etc...
Fact Sheets on Bullying; Emotional Health; Injury and Physical Trauma; Healthy Living, Healthy Weight; Health-Risk Behaviours. Toolkits...
Play It Fair! is an easy to use educational Toolkit developed to promote human rights, non-discrimination and peaceful conflict...
This activity based bullying awareness program provides in-class resources for Grades 6-8  plus an activities and games unit for...
This free toolkit is a set of resources for people to confront bullying of children with special needs from all angles - from talking to...
“The Health of Canada’s Young People: a mental health focus” looks at the emotional and mental health of young people and its relationship...
True Sport is a social movement of people who believe that sport can transform lives and communities. Its members stand together against...
To reduce and prevent bullying, it is important to consider not only the bully and victim, but also peers, school staff, parents, and the...