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6 Simple Steps: Be an Ally: Take a Stand. Stop Bullying
Here are 6 simple steps to help students take a stand and be an ally to someone who is being bullied.
Dealing with Bullies
On this site, the experts at kidshealth offer some advice to students on how to prevent a run-in with a bully and how to handle a bullying situation. Check the side panel for additional videos and articles.
MediaSmarts: Ten Tiny Ways You Can Make the World a Better Place
This great tip sheet about kindness was created by MediaSmarts and Shaw Communications, with contributions from Canadian youth.
Pink Shirt Day
The Pink Shirt Day site has explanations of bullying and cyberbullying, tip sheets, and ideas for getting involved.
Research-Backed Approaches to Preventing Bullying
In this edutopia article, the author describes some programs, tips, and strategies for reducing bullying using SEL (social and emotional learning) techniques.
From the US Health department, "StopBullying.gov provides information from various government agencies on how kids, teens, young adults, parents, educators and others in the community can prevent or stop bullying."
What Is Identity-Based Bullying—and How Can I Stop It?
Identity-based bullying is related to characteristics of a person’s identity, such as race, religion, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, physical appearance, etc. The author explains the harm of this type of bullying and provides some tips for preventing it.
Youth Leaders’ Toolkit - bullying prevention
This document from StopBullying has resources for teens who want to launch a bullying prevention project and help younger children understand about bullying.
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