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Bullying Information and Research
Alberta Education: Bullying Prevention
In addition to a description of the different types of bullying and Alberta's Bullying Prevention Strategy, there is a link to additional bullying information, including the nature of bullying, prevention initiatives, and interventions.
British Columbia: Erase (Expect, Respect & a Safe Education)
This website has resources about online safety, mental health, substance use, gender identity and building safe school communities.
Kids Help Phone: Tools and Resources
Educators and parents can read and download tip sheets with hints and advice about some of the most common challenges (bullying, suicide, emotional health, online safety) facing young people today.
MediaSmarts: First Do No Harm: How to be an active witness
This tip sheet offers great advice for those who are witnesses to bullying. "When you see or hear bad things happening online, you have a lot of power to make things better – or worse."
MediaSmarts: What to Do if Someone Is Mean to You
This is a great tip sheet for parents and teachers to keep handy because it includes links for how to take a screenshot and report cyberbullying.
Created by the Canadian Centre for Child Protection, this website offers help for parents and youth dealing with exploitative or embarrassing images.
Promoting Relationships and Eliminating Violence Network (PREVNet)
PREVNet has many resources on their site, including bullying statistics and facts and myths about bullying. Both the Resources tab and the Bullying tab have resources for educators.
Stomp Out Bullying
This organization focuses on reducing and preventing bullying, cyberbullying, sexting and other digital abuse, educating against homophobia, racism and hatred, and promoting healthy schools and communities.
Stop Bullying - What Kids Can Do
These student resources, activities and tips about bullying are from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
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