The theme for Anti-Bullying Week 2020 is: United Against Bullying. To pledge our support for this fantastic cause we've pulled together some interactives, academic insights and advice, and FREE courses on the different types of bullying. Check out the resources below...
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Bullying and Manipulation: Join the Resistance
When a person is being bullied, who’s at fault - the bully, the enablers, or the bystanders? This interactive explores bullying at work, school and even on Twitter at the hands of Donald Trump.Take part now ❯Bullying and Manipulation: Join the Resistance
How is the word 'gay' used in your school? What negative impact can it have on the pupils' views about homosexuality? Find out with the founder of Inclusion for All, Shaun Dellenty.Watch now ❯"That's so gay!" Homophobic language and school
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Workshops on gender diversity – helping us move from insults to inclusion.
How can we tackle the bullying of transgender youth in schools? Can workshops on gender diversity help?Read now ❯Workshops on gender diversity – helping us move from insults to inclusion.
The NHS has a serious problem with bullying at work. What can be done to solve it? (The advice could work in other workplaces, too...)Read now ❯Can the NHS solve its bullying problem?
Monday 14th November 2011 marked the start of National Anti Bullying Week, a week of awareness-raising that continues to this day. A recent youth-led study supported by the Open University's Children’s Research Centre revealed cyber-bullying is on the increase. Co-author of the report, Professor Mary Kellett, told us more.Read now ❯Youth perspectives on cyber-bullying
Children are subject to many forms of adversity, for example, poverty or ill health. However, a significant form of adversity experienced by children in many different regions of the world is violence. The form of violence against children varies widely and is hugely disparate. In this free course, Children and violence: An introductory, international and interdisciplinary approach, the focus is on three different environments where children experience violence.Learn more ❯Children and violence: An introductory, international and interdisciplinary approach
The underlying premise of this free course, What children's perspectives tell us about inclusion, is that we are all experts in different ways, and that our different experiences and understandings are of value. Inclusive education is presented and discussed as under construction, both in educational settings and as a concept. The materials to be found in this course are largely rooted in the social model of disability and human/disability rights frameworks.Learn more ❯What children's perspectives tell us about inclusion