Our anonymous writer shares his experience of how sport helped him escape the abuse from his peers
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No matter who you are – regardless of race, religion, gender, height, weight or sexuality – chances are you’ve been hurt by the words of another. And in some cases, harm can be more than just a snide joke from a friend stinging for a minute before it goes away. Whether it’s through persistent jibes […]
Over 3.2 million people all around the world are victims of bullying, whether it is verbally, mentally, physically or through social media. According to anti-bullying charity, Ditch the Label, 43% of young people have been bullied, 44% of whom are bullied at least once a week. However, the Anti-Bullying Survey in 2015 found that of […]
Anti-bullying week, organised by Anti-Bullying Alliance started today, and will continue until 20th November. The theme this year is, ‘make a noise about bullying’. The aim of the week is to raise awareness about the impact bullying has on young people, and to empower them to be confident enough to have a voice, and prevent […]
It’s known that people suffering from bullying often don’t do anything about it. That’s understandable; they believe that if they reported it, they’d suffer even more. However, that’s not true. 4,500 young people talked to ChildLine about bullying last year according to NSPCC. 1 in 5 young people in the UK have reported being cyber-bullied […]
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