Anti-Bullying Week

Why Do People Bully? The Scientific Reasons

Why do People Bully? According to our latest research, 1 in 2 people have experienced bullying in some form in the last 12-months. And trust us when we say, we know how difficult it can be to go through it, especially if you don’t fully understand the psychology of bullying. In this article, we will

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Do We Still Need Anti-Bullying Week?

It’s Anti-Bullying Week this week, but do we still need it? Did you know that bullying is one of the biggest challenges facing people below the age of 18 right now? Yet there’s still a few myths that suggest it’s ‘just part of growing up’ or the rhetoric that tells those who experience bullying to

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21 Facts About Bullying That You Probably Never Knew

What We Do Every year at Ditch the Label, we carry out extensive research into bullying by asking students across the country about their experiences. We delve into the reasons why people bully and are bullied, as well as asking important questions about things like relationships, gender, mental health and body image. This groundbreaking research

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Top 10 Tips for Overcoming Bullying

“Just ignore it”, is what most people are told when they’re being bullied, “they’re only jealous”, they say – but what use is that when you’re hurting and it’s making you feel bad about yourself? “Tell a teacher” is sometimes good advice but what about if your teachers don’t do anything?

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Anti-Bullying Activities for Teachers

We’ve put together a list of anti-bullying activities for teachers to run during Anti-Bullying Week 2017.

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How to Stop Bullying Others: 7 Practical Tips

We recently found that 1 in 2 people have bullied another person at least once. Bullying is one of the biggest issues currently affecting teens in the UK and we believe that we can overcome it, if we start to think differently about how we resolve things.

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7 Things You Can Do If You Witness Someone Being Bullied

Recent Ditch the Label research revealed that 69% of young people have witnessed somebody else being bullied, 43% of which see it at least once a week. With this in mind, we have compiled 7 things that you can do if you see someone being bullied. Here’s how you can be the one to help:

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Getting Over Bullying

In celebration of World Day of Bullying Prevention and Anti Bullying Week, here’s a little something to consider for those who have been bullied in the past and are looking forward to moving on! The bullying is over… Maybe you moved class, maybe you don’t work there anymore, maybe you even moved school. The point

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Anti-Bullying Week Posters

When is Anti-Bullying Week 2020? Anti Bullying Week 2020 is Monday 16th November to Friday 20th November. Our research shows that 1 in 2 young people will, at some point experience bullying. As a result, 1 in 3 will self-harm, grades will drop and 14% will develop eating disorders. Bullying is a national emergency and continues to

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Bullying 101: The Ultimate Anti-Bullying Toolkit

What is the definition of bullying? Bullying is something that 1 in 2 people under 25 will experience in their lifetime. There is no singular definition of bullying because it comes in all shapes, sizes and subtleties. Despite the varied nature of bullying, here are a few things you should know that will help you

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