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Education & Development 

Anti-Bullying Week

Anti-Bullying Week 2021 runs from Monday 15th - Friday 19th November. To support this we've pulled together some of our FREE resources on the different types of bullying and manipulation. 

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Health, Sports & Psychology 

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.

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The many forms of workplace bullying

Workplace bullying can take many forms - and can sometimes be hard to spot. Frances McGregor tells you all you need to know.

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Education & Development 

Why are the bullied reluctant to seek help?

Research from Australia suggests there are many reasons why children subjected to bullying don't ask their teachers to get involved. Kenneth Rigby shares some of the findings.

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"That's so gay!" Homophobic language and school

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.

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Can the NHS solve its bullying problem? article icon

Health, Sports & Psychology 

Can the NHS solve its bullying problem?

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...)

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Society, Politics & Law 

It’s a crying shame when Nobel laureates are exposed as sexist

Tim Hunt should have realised that his "light-hearted" comment about the "trouble with girls" was going to offend.

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Health, Sports & Psychology 

Exploring cyberbullying

Why is cyberbullying so common among young people? How can we end it? Hear different perspectives and test your knowledge about cyberbullying.

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Education & Development 

Take the survey: Sibling Rivalry

Does sibling rivalry have a positive or negative effect on children's development? How should parents deal with it? Share your views and join the discussion.

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Education & Development 

Youth perspectives on cyber-bullying

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.  

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Health, Sports & Psychology 

Darren: Bullied at school

For Darren, school is proving to be difficult - but where can he turn for help?

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History & The Arts 

Andrew Motion: Poetry and life

Poet Laureate and OU honorary graduate Andrew Motion spoke with Ozone about his life in the spotlight and the role poetry has to play in the modern world

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