During work and in their spare time people are always surfing the net, be it shopping, news, research, connecting with others, the internet is a major aspect of everyone’s lives. With over 3 million global searches every month on topics relating to Bullying and Cyber Bullying, it cannot be said that people are not thinking about bullying and are not concerned about it. Unfortunately, all too often there are news stories about the greatest of tragedies which have resulted from Bullying and Cyber Bullying. – the movement against bullying – does not discuss bullying in a section of the site or in a few articles, education and advice on Cyber Bullying and Bullying is all that we focus on. We have a full time team members who write for the site, delivering the most up to date and current information on Bullying and Cyber Bullying. Most of the content on this website have been commissioned to be written by health professionals and educators from the USA and UK.

We have interviewed over 100 experts on bullying so far as well as child psychologists and education experts and have added these interviews as written form as well as videos on youtube, vimeo and podcasts, all visible throughout the site.

We are sure that not many other sites will have this depth of expertise on Cyber Bullying and Bullying. Also, several educational e- resources and lesson plans for schools and guides for parents will be downloadable for free.

Parents, teachers, health professionals and children can all gain great benefit from searching for help or advice on the website. Already we have over 135,000 supporters on Facebook.

As can already be seen from the depth and quality of content on our site we intend to become a very positive resource for everyone. We are always delighted when we get an email suggesting an article or interview to be added to our site, and always delighted to welcome guest writers. We are very thankful to everyone who has supported the site and given their time to share their experience and words of wisdom in dealing with cases of bullying, cyber bullying, workplace bullying and school bullying.

According to the NSPCC in March 2013, 38% of young people in the UK have been cyber bullied with 31,599 children calling child line in 2012 regarding bullying. A recent Panorama programme called “Hunting the Internet Bullies” stated that 1 in 10 teachers are bullied online in the UK and 20% of children are reluctant to go to school due to being bullied. Worryingly 11% of children say that this makes them depressed and 3% attempt suicide in the UK.

According to a US government study of 9-12 year olds in public school, 16% reported seriously considering suicide, 13% reported creating a plan and 8% reported trying to take their own life in the 12 months before the survey. According to the US government, suicide is now the 3rd biggest killer of young people aged between 10 and 24. Every 6 hours in the USA a child commits suicide. In the USA 160,000 children missing school daily due to bullying. (US schools are paid based on children’s attendance – UK schools are measured in OFSTEA on attendance). Young girls are more at risk, as while boys tend to play computer games – girls take to social networks where their personal lives tend to play out.

If you are interested in helping – the movement against bullying by writing for us or by donating your personal or professional expertise on bullying and cyber bullying, or even by using our No Bullying Badges on Your Website or Blog, please don’t hesitate, Contact us Now and Support the Movement Against Bullying!

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