Bullying

How to be the best ally for the #StopAsianHate movement

The #StopAsianHate movement is all about bringing an end to the rise of racist attacks and hate crimes against Asian people since the start of the pandemic. You can find out more about it from our quick guide to the movement here. It’s hard to know how to be the best ally to any movement

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What Do I Do When I Witness Racism or a Hate Crime?

When you witness racism in the street, your workplace, or at school, it can be hard to know what to do and who to talk to about it. Calling out racist behaviour is important, as is helping someone in need, but so is making sure you remain safe in a situation. This super quick list

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6 Things to Consider Before Starting a Conversation About Racism with a Family Member

Talking about race is hard. Talking about it with a family member is harder. Talking about it with a family member who has a history of perpetuating negative racial stereotypes is harder still. When we love someone who has a tendency to throw out racist jokes like it’s normal, starting a conversation with them about

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Are They Really Your Friend? 15 Signs That Suggest Otherwise

We’ve all had friendships that have ended up a little pear-shaped and it’s unfortunate that most of the time, we all have to get burnt before we can spot a bad friend from a good one. We’ve pooled together our own experiences and come up with 15 of the most common signs that somebody isn’t

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11 Microaggressions People are Sick of Experiencing

We want to believe that we live in a society where the colour of someone’s skin does not mean they are treated differently. Unfortunately, this is not always the case and within our Annual Bullying Survey 2019 we learnt that one in ten people believed that they were bullied because of attitudes towards their race. 

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Struggling With Stereotype Based Bullying?

Children are often put under pressure to think and behave in certain ways that define them and this in turn can lead to bullying. Read Lois Mosquera’s top tips to help combat bullying due to stereotypes.

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I Saw Someone Getting Bullied: What Can I Do?

We know from our work that lots of young people have seen somebody else being bullied. Here are seven ways in which you can help the person being bullied: ASK IF THEY ARE OKAY OR IF THEY NEED HELP By asking someone if they are okay/if they need help, this can let them know that

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I Am Being Bullied By My Brother Or Sister

What Can I Do? We know that lots of young people can experience bullying at some point from a sibling. A sibling is a brother or sister. Bullying between siblings is often ignored because parents may just say that it is part of growing up when siblings fight. However, this can become serious and turn

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An Open Letter on Harry and Meghan – by Joe Plumb

Ditch the Label author Joe Plumb writes about how important it is to believe someone’s mental health journey I think we can all agree that the news recently has caused a lot of negativity and some ways opinions have been expressed have shocked us all. Social media has been pretty grim since the Harry &

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I Am Being Bullied by a Teacher – What Can I Do? – Easy Read

If you are being bullied, it can be hard to know what to do about it. This is even harder when you are being bullied by someone you are supposed to be able to trust, such as a teacher. We have put together five tips to help you decide what to do when being bullied

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