"Everyone has the right to be respected
          and the responsibility to respect others"

Are you doing some research for a class project? Are you looking for some information that you can share with others about bullying? This is a good place to start. Click on one of our information brochures below. You willneed the free Adobe Acrobat Reader installed on your computer first before you will be able to open them. If you use this information, please credit any of the researchers noted in the brochures as well as Bullying.org, "Where You Are NOT Alone!"


Take the Bullying.org and Family Channel Anti-bullying Pledge

Bullying.org Teaching and Learning Ideas

Bullying Myths and Facts

Bullying in Schools Survey #1

Bullying in Schools Survey #2

Les mythes et faits de l'intimidation (en Français) New!

Mitos e Fatos Sobre o Bullying (Portuguese -Thank you Valeria Rezende da Silva of Brazil) New!

Information for Victims of Bullying

Bullying Information

Voc alvo de bullying? (Portuguese -Thank you Valeria Rezende da Silva of Brazil) New!

Community Prevention of Bullying

Cyberbullying, What Is It? What To Do About It?

Bullying.org Presentation Descriptions

Bullying.org -Our Vision and Mission

Bullying Basics

Bullying happens in many different forms. It's doing, saying or acting in a way that hurts someone else or makes him or her feel bad on purpose. Some kinds of bullying are:

-Verbal (name-calling)
-Physical (punching, pushing)
-Social (leaving someone out of a game or group on purpose)

-Extortion (stealing someone's money or toys)
-Cyberbullying (using computers, the Internet, mobile phones, etc.  to 
  bully others -See www.cyberbullying.ca for more information)



Words hurt.

Being called names can hurt someone else's feelings really badly. All forms of bullying are harmful, but VERBAL bullying, including name-calling, happens more often than any other kind of bullying. 

Bullying hurts everyone. Victims can have their feelings hurt or be injured by bullies. Other kids can feel sad or scared, even if they are just watching a bully pick on someone else. Kids who bully often grow up to become adult bullies. 

Bullies come in all shapes and sizes and ages. Anyone can be a bully - even you. Kids usually become bullies because they are unhappy inside for some reason or don't know how to get along with other kids. 

Fact: Bullying happens to someone in Canada every 7 minutes on the playground. 

Fact: Other kids are watching 85% of the time when one kid bullies another kid. Adults like teachers or parents hardly ever see a bully being mean to someone else.


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