Harassment

Megan’s Law and How To Prevent Sexual Assault

What is Megan’s Law? It is estimated that a sexual assault occurs every two minutes. Thousands of women throughout the United States report being raped every year. Thousands more are assaulted and never report such victimization to authorities. Among the forty four percent of assaults reported, more than seventy five percent are women and girls

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Harassment in the United Kingdom

There are so many issues that we have to deal with everyday, and harassment is just one more unpleasant issue to contend with. There are a few different types of harassment that you should definitely be aware of. Knowing what types of harassment to look out for is the best and easiest way to  find

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Jennie Withers on Stopping Teen Harassment

A Teacher and an Author at heart, Jennie Withers has written several books on children and parenting. She is the author of Hey, Back Off! Tips for Stopping Teen Harassment, published by New Horizon Press Books. She Talks to Ciaran Connolly about Stopping Teen Harassment.  Jennie Withers: My name is Jennie Withers and I’m a co-author of ‘Hey

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Ongoing Workplace Bullying Scandal at Chicago Suburb City Department

Twenty-five miles west of Chicago, in a city that a scandal has surfaced involving workplace bullying at the city department of Wheaton, Illinois, that the Chicago Tribune reports the city tolerated and largely “ignored for years”. Wheaton, with a population of 54,000, is described by the Chicago Tribune, in an November, 2008 article, as “a

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David Wilde on Bullying and Harassment

David Wilde has worked extensively with anger concerns, as he targets his sessions towards understanding why the anger arises. He specializes in working with adolescents with behavioral or relational concerns. He Talks to NoBullying.com’s Founder Ciaran Connolly about Bullying and Harassment. The interview on Bullying and Harassment can also be found here and here. Below is

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What is Harassment at work and how to beat it?

What is harassment? Many people ask that question. Some may think that they are only being nice or joking around when the people around them feel like they are being harassed incessantly. One of the most insipid forms of harassment is when employees are harassed by their bosses. This happens all the time. Even harassment

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The Wonderful Work of Andrea Adams

She was a groundbreaking crusader against workplace bullying in the United Kingdom. Her exposés brought to light the difficulties facing employees from their unscrupulous employers, difficulties that were widespread and helped to undermine the confidence of a number of members of the British workforce. British broadcaster and journalist Andrea Adams began a movement in England

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Harassment in New Zealand

Harassment and bullying can be extremely destructive. There are several ways a person can be harassed or bullied. Physical and verbal abuse are used to manipulate and control others. In some cases, intimidation can go to the extreme costing individuals much more than just their self esteem. They can lose their jobs, their families and

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The Current Situation With Stalking in UK

Stalker continually watches and observes their victim, learning everything they can about their victim. By learning their victim’s habits and patterns, they can place themselves in places where the victim often frequents. In Great Britain, the stalking definition is often used interchangeably with that of harassment. What Is Stalking? The definition of stalking changes somewhat

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Harassment in Canada

The action and laws associated with harassment in Canada have an extensive past from originally being non-existent to now being very, very detailed and specific. And this is just at the national level. Provincial governments within Canada can add additional requirements and details to both criminal laws and civil ones, and some have down to

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