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Has the Snapchat craze gone too far? You may have read in the media about Snapchat streaks causing bullying and intimidation. The following are a few notes for parents and users about how this popular social media game began. How it functions. Snapchat is an app that...read more
Children as young as four who are just learning “please” and “thank you” will in future receive sex and relationship education at the same time. Is this the death knell to modesty and sweetness? An end to the carefree inhibitions of early childhood? Or something we...read more
Act Against Bullying has today launched its new website designed and built by Simon McQuiggan of Technique, the creative agency for clients who want big agency techniques without the complications of big agencies. Updated features include an AAB Hints series which...read more
Kindness can be a new trend and young socialites do have a part to play.. Recent research from the States (Princeton University, Rutgers University and Yale University ) shows that when it comes to acting against bullying in class it's up to children themselves to...read more
Stalking law changes could help bullying victims. The fact that stalkers in Britain could face longer jail sentences under a tough new crackdown must in some way be of comfort to victims of bullying. Stalking, harassment and bullying are loosely linked. One can lead...read more
Comment in Response to Women and Equalities Committee inquiry into sexual harassment and violence in schools
Sexual Harassment Has No Place In Our Schools Empathy, good manners and stricter punishments for sexual bullying could stop the wave of violence in schools, says Louise Burfitt-Dons, founder of children’s charity Act against Bullying. A recent BBC Freedom of...read more
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