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The Facts About Bullying & Do’s and Don’ts for Bullying Scenarios
This website contains information on how to stop bullying and how to be more than a bystander.
An interactive website designed for kids to gain information about bullying prevention. This website is created and maintained by the National Bullying Prevention Center (NBPC.) This site includes personal stories from teen celebrities who support NBPC and a petition to sign against bullying.
This website offers a brief summary of what bullying is and a list of discussion points for parents to practice with their children.
This website offers articles on: ending bullying, how to spot kids who are being bullied and kids who are bullying others, the complexity of school bullying, parents and schools working together, bullying based on gender, sexual orientation, race, and ethnicity, school based interventions, cyber bullying research, bullying and early childhood, bullying and kids with special needs, and what happens to kids who have been bullied and to kids who bully others.
This website offers reading materials and audio clips on sexual bullying. It also has links on how the reader can help someone who’s being bullied and how to deal with rumors.
This website offers training, information, publications and products, programs, and downloadable resources on bullying.
Eyes on Bullying offers a variety of tools that can help you look at and understand bullying in a new way, reexamine your own knowledge and beliefs about bullying, and shape the beliefs and behaviors of the children in your care.
The Gay Lesbian & Straight Education Network (GLSEN) provides resources and support for schools to implement effective and age-appropriate anti-bullying programs to improve school climate for all students.
Cyber Bullying Resources:
This website provides materials to encourage parents to talk to their children about cyber bullying, child identity theft, sexting, and many other challenging topics. This also provides information on how to protect your child from internet harm.
This website provides information on bullying for parents to discuss with their children. The information is available to be downloaded free of charge.
Tolerance.org encourages people from all walks of life to fight hate and promote tolerance.
This website designed by the Federal Trade Commission focuses on consumer protection including definitions and information on cyber bullying.
This website was designed to provide information for victims of bullying on how to receive help. Wired Safety also provides opportunities for volunteers, information on legal rights, and a program for cyber harassment (adult cyber bullying.)
This site for teens offers advice on topics like online safety, social networking, and cyber bullying.
Bullying and Cyber Bullying Personal Stories:
This website is dedicated to the memory of Megan Meier, a 14-year-old girl who committed suicide as an adverse effect to cyber bullying. The site includes resources on aiding victims of cyber bullying and information on prevention.
The Seth Walsh Foundation
This website is dedicated to the memory of Seth Walsh, a 12-year-old boy from California who took his life after being chronically teased for being openly gay.
This website is designed for individuals to post their personal stories of overcoming adversity within the LGBT community against those who bullied them.
This website shares the personal story of Jamie Isaacs, a victim of bullying and activist in the campaign against bullying.
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