Resources about Bullying

Websites aims to teach kids and parents how to identify bullying and cyberbullying and how to stand up to it safely. The website believes that parents, school staff, and other adults in the community can help kids prevent bullying by talking about it, building a safe school environment, and creating a community-wide prevention strategy. The website provides information on training for bullying prevention, state laws and policies, as well as what schools and kids can do to stop bullying.

This website provides the tools and resources to implement a successful Anti-Bullying Campaign programme in any primary (elementary) or post-primary (high) school.  Using these resources children are empowered to Recognize, Reject and Report bullying behavior and teachers are empowered to Resolve bullying situations and Restore relationships to what they were before the bullying began.

This website aims to support anti-bullying work in schools, to provide a free website, and to offer an anti-bullying service which will include the provision of training, publications and consultancy services. Resources include a free handbook to help schools develop a peer support scheme, new research on homophobic and cyberbullying, and a database of resources on bullying prevention.

This website, designed by PACER’s National Bullying Prevention Center, introduces the National Bullying Prevention and Awareness Week, to raise awareness about bullying. The site includes resources on how to get involved with bullying prevention campaigns, as well as links for videos, stories, resources, and fact sheets for parents. The site also links to other sites designed specifically for children and teens to understand bullying.

This is a website designed specifically for kids to understand what bullying is, the difference between a bully and a target, and how you can help prevent it. It provides information in videos, presentations, stories, tests, and asking “Carmen” a question. You can take an online pledge to do your part to stop bullying and send in success stories for motivation for others.

This is a website designed specifically for teens to understand what bullying is, the differences between types of bullying, and how you can help prevent it and talk with others about it. It provides information in videos, presentations, stories, tests, and asking “Jamie” a question. You can take an online pledge to do your part to stop bullying, create an action plan for your school, and send in success stories for motivation for others.

This nonprofit website works to reduce and prevent bullying, cyberbullying, and sexting and other digital abuse. The site educates against homophobia, LGBTQIA+ discrimination, racism and hatred, and deters violence in schools, online and in communities across the country. It teaches effective solutions on how to respond to all forms of bullying, as well as educating kids and teens in school and online. It provides help for those in need and at risk of suicide, and raises awareness through peer mentoring programs in schools, public service announcements by noted celebrities, and social media campaigns.

This site presents current research about reducing bullying AND reducing the harm that bullying can do. The mission is to bring practical and research-based programs and advice to help all children be free of bullying and cyberbullying. The site provides information about bullying, including cyberbullying, what works in preventing and intervening with bullying, including school and cognitive interventions as well as preventative measures such as building resilience and relationships, and resources for both parents and kids.

The Bully Project aims to inspire global change in the bullying culture of schools. The website provides a link to the documentary, Bully, which shows the lives of bullied kids, revealing a problem that transcends geographic, racial, ethnic and economic borders. The website includes links to the 10 million kids campaign, which aims to reach 10 million kids with documentary showings and gives resources on additional projects to join and start to stop bullying.

The National Centre Against Bullying (NCAB) is working to advise and inform the Australian community on the issue of childhood bullying and the creation of safe schools and communities, including the issue of cyber safety. Within the NCAB site you will find information on: Biennial conference, advice and facts on: Bullying; What is bullying; What is cyber bullying; How to know if your child is being bullied and; How to prevent bullying.

This English website offers valuable advice for parents, children and schools to effectively handling the problem of bullying. This website provides advice on how to handle bullying, including cyber bullying, bullying at work, and bullying at school. The website provides advice for young people, advice for parents, and advice for schools.

This site is designed for teachers and provides ten free lesson plans to use for bullying prevention. The ten lessons teach students about empathy, anger management, and effective conflict resolution. There are also resources for school officials on reaching out to parents to promote bullying prevention.

The website’s mission is to provide children, families, carers and professionals with advice, training and practical tools to prevent bullying and protect young lives. Ways to achieve this goal are through giving advice, delivering training for professionals working with children, working directly with children, parents, and professionals, and raising awareness.

The Cybersmile Foundation is an organization committed to tackling all forms of digital abuse and bullying online, we work to promote diversity and inclusion by building a safer, more positive digital community. Cybersmile provides expert support, resources and consultancy to individuals, governments, corporations and educational institutions around the world.

Home of the Olweus Bullying Prevention Program, an evidence-based approach to preventing bullying.

Books for adolescents:

The Bullying Workbook for Teens: Activities to Help You Deal with Social Aggression and Cyberbullying by Raychelle Cassada Lohmann,‎ Julia V. Taylor,‎ Haley Kilpatrick

The Survival Guide to Bullying: Written by a Teen by Aija Mayrock

Stand Strong: You Can Overcome Bullying (and Other Stuff That Keeps You Down) by Nick Vujicic

Books for kids:

Bullying is a Pain in the Brain by Trevor Romaine

Stick Up for Yourself: Every Kid’s Guide to Personal Power & Positive Self-Esteem by  Gershen Kaufman,‎ Lev Raphael,‎ and Pamela Espeland

Weird!: A Story About Dealing with Bullying in Schools (The Weird! Series)  by Erin Frankel

Tease Monster: A Book About Teasing Vs. Bullying by Julia Cook

Tough!: A Story about How to Stop Bullying in Schools (The Weird! Series) by Erin Frankel

Stop Picking On Me (A First Look At Bullying) by Pat Thomas

The Juice Box Bully: Empowering Kids to Stand Up for Others by Bob Sornson

Let’s Talk About Body Boundaries, Consent and Respect: Teach children about body ownership, respect, feelings, choices and recognizing bullying behaviors by Jayneen Sanders and Sarah Jennings

Friendship and Other Weapons: Group Activities to Help Young Girls Aged 5-11 to Cope with Bullying by Signe Whitson

Nobody!: A Story About Overcoming Bullying in Schools by Erin Frankel

Dare!: A Story about Standing Up to Bullying in Schools (The Weird! Series) by Erin Frankel

Books for parents:

Bullying Hurts: Teaching Kindness Through Read Alouds and Guided Conversation by Reba Wadsworth

The 8 Keys to End Bullying Activity Book for Kids & Tweens: Worksheets, Quizzes, Games, & Skills for Putting the Keys Into Action (8 Keys to Mental Health) by Signe Whitson

The Bully Society: School Shootings and the Crisis of Bullying in America’s Schools (Intersections) by Jessie Klein

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