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That expertise prompted officials at Virginia Tech, the scene of the most deadly campus shooting in U.S. history, to invite Dr. Olweus to be the keynote speaker at its first annual summit on violence prevention. The summit, held Nov. 12 and 13, was
This week is anti-bullying week and Nick Clegg talks about the Governments plans to stop bullying of children and adults in schools and on line. Cyber-Crime is on the increase. Cyber-bullying does not just affect children.
Bullying behaviour can seriously affect this and should not, given its potentially long-lasting consequences, be simply dismissed as normal part of growing up...Mary Docherty, Association of Directors of Education Scotland representative, said: "This
Committee for Children, a Seattle -based nonprofit organization that provides violence- and bullying-prevention programs to schools locally and globally, this week released free lessons online to help students and educators address cyber bullying.
Marking the start of national Anti-Bullying Week, he said he was afraid to go to school for a period of around a year. "Around the age of 14, I had a bad time at school," he said. "I was bullied for at least 12 months, more verbally than physically,
Anti-bullying campaigners in Wales join online 'march' Anti-bullying campaigners in Wales are joining a "virtual march" to mark the start of a week highlighting the issue. The Big March will visit 60 websites such as such as Action for Children, War
And while there is no one reason behind aggressive behavior in children, there is one place where children can learn how best to deal with frustrations -- home. Marie Wusstig, resource coordinator at Parent Information Resource Center, which exists
A swift response and an open door for students to seek help are among the steps necessary to reduce bullying in schools, say Herald readers. You can't let a little bullying go, then administrators are put in position of judging what is acceptable
The "Day of Truth" was formerly sponsored by "ex-gay" group Exodus International. In early October, Exodus said it would no longer sponsor the event because attention had been brought to the number of gay suicides caused by bullying. Well, now
Researchers in Sweden say 42 percent of the teens asked about bullying blame the victim, not the perpetrator. The study, conducted by two researchers from the Linkoping University, also said individual characteristics, rather than the wider social