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

Bullying Awareness Week 2015: November 15th to the 21st
Theme: "Stand Up to Bullying!"

Visit www.bullyingawarenessweek.org


The City of Calgary offically recognizes Bullying Awareneess Week!


Teens Sound Alarm About the Influence of Internet, Media, and Pop Culture

On their Sexual Behaviour and Attitudes

(TORONTO): Launching to coincide with National Bullying Awareness Week in Canada, the new and enhanced DVD IT'S A TEEN'S WORLD: wired for sex, lies and power trips is a unique and compelling project in which teenagers themselves sound the alarm about the hyper-sexualized image of young women and young men offered up as role models in the 21st century mainstream.

Click here for more information...


Dear Bullying.org Canada Incorporated:

Regarding Bullying Awareness Week:

Our government understands that bullying is a serious issue in our schools and communities, and we believe that children have the right to learn in a safe environment. Bullying.org is an excellent anti-bullying resource for students, parents, and educators, and I am pleased to offer my support to this initiative.




Gordon Campbell





The Province of British Columbia

The Bullying Awareness Week collaborative campaign with Family Channel was recently recognized with an "Award of Excellence" by the Canadian Public Relations Society!



 The CPRS Award of Excellence for the Bullying Awareness Week initiative!!!









If you would like to become a local co-ordinator / leader for next year's Bullying Awareness Week activities in your community, please click on this link, fill in the regsitration form and we will keep you updated on plans for next year.

Thank you for helping to make a difference for others!

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