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“If we learn all our lives that violence is okay, at the age of 20 (we
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In many cases, victims of school abuse do not dare to seek help or do not know where to ask for help. It is the responsibility of adults to notice the signs of abuse.
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STOP BULLYING! I Stop. I Speak. I Help. - is an information and awareness-raising campaign focused on the phenomenon of bullying in schools in Moldova. It will be carried out from December 2020 to April 2021.
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The American Psychological Association has published a child-friendly tool for teenagers. This tool is related to love, dating and relationships during teenager years.
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Bullying is still a problem, even with the lockdown. A third of children reported being victims of bullying, with a fifth reporting being bullied at least once a week in a poll of 2,000 11 to 16-year-old children during the Anti-Bullying Week between 16–20 November.
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The charity Kidscape has recently published new resources to help carers, parents and children prevent and identify bulliying more efficiently.
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A student movement called Adom, reported on how children infected with coronavirus are bullied and abused by their peers. Some children attend school only to find out later that they were carrying the virus.
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Warning signs of racism and racial bullying: 
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According to a recent poll, bullying is still very prevalent; IMAGINE every class has at least one bully. Perhaps even you have recently been bullied in your community or seen or heard about such a case. 
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Followed by a heartbreaking case the domestic homicide review of ‘Sarah’, in which a mother was killed by her son, while there had been years
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A report, Childhood Challenging Violent and Aggressive Behaviour (CCVAB), by Northumbria Police, CEL&T and Northumbria University has been commiss
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The current lockdown conditions provide the perfect environment for online child abuse. As families are forced to stay at home, parents need to balance their work with homeschooling and taking care of their children.
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The National Network for Children Bulgaria reported that the Single Step Foundation and the Bilitis Resource Center Foundation have produced a report on "Attitudes towards LGBTI students in Bulgarian schools".
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Nowadays, it is unfortunately common among young people that they are forced to do something they don't want to do. The exploiter gets control over them.
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One of the most popular video-sharing applications, TikTok, has rolled out a new feature for children under the age of 13: TikTok for Younger Users, which only shows videos specifically curated for that age group. Young users can NOT:
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The outbreak of the coronavirus has shaken the whole world, including children. Early years education facilities are pushed to educate children about the virus in order to stop bullying and anxiety among their students.
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Pershi Lastivky [Early Swallows] is a hit television drama series in Ukraine.
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A video has been made of an incident in a Kaposvár Children’s Home, where a boy beat his peer. Police have launched an investigation based on a video posted on the Internet.
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In her study, ‘Violence at School, Bullying at School’, Mariann Buda writes that more than one-third of children are somehow involved in school violence, whether as a bully or a victim. Fifteen percent of children are bullied several times a week, while one in four is a bully.
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Single Step Foundation and Bilitis Resource Center Foundation prepared the report “Attitudes Towards LGBTI Students in Bulgarian Schools”. The document is based on a national survey conducted for the 2017/2018 academic year.
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According to surveys, Romania is ranked first in Europe in terms of the level of school bullying. To remedy the situation, a law has been drafted to prohibit bullying in educational institutions. The methodology will be shortly developed by the Ministry of Education.
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According to data from 2018, every 5th child aged 7-12 in Hungary already registered to a social media page, and 23% of children aged 10-18 was victim of online bullying.
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As summer comes to an end and children return to school the widespread issue of bullying starts taking its toll on the lives of a significant number of students.  According to the American National Center for Education Statistics, in 2017, more than 20 percent of US students aged 12–18 fell victi
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Many children returning to school face bullying and may suffer from anxiety, depression, feelings of shame, and other severe problems. Bullying can have immediate and long-lasting consequences on a young person’s mental health.
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15-20% of children have already experienced some form of school violence. The most common is verbal abuse, but there is also emotional and physical abuse. Sexual harassment can also be counted here.
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We are happy to invite you for another session in the Childhub INSPIRE webinar series! On Thursday, March 21, we will have a pleasure to hear from excellent speaker about promising practice that has been implemented around the world, linked to the following INSPIRE strategy:
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919 students between 13 and 21 years of age filled out the online survey about their experiences in the 2016/2017 school year.
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After the scandal that got epithet "French media’s #MeToo", internet abuse laws in France will be updated to include new, tougher measures.
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PIG is an independent project of the Bulgarian director Drago Sholev and will be part of the main competition program of the upcoming Sofia Film Fest. The film tells the story of the thirteen-year-old Stoyan, played by Rumen Kochev, whom everyone calls the Pig.
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A new report ‘Behind the numbers: Ending school violence and bullying’ published this month by UNESCO found bulling is widespread problem no society in the world is immune from. The form and frequency, however, differ.
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A new report by UNESCO ‘Behind the numbers: Ending school violence and bullying’ p
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Erin Burke Quinlan, of King's College London in the United Kingdom, and colleagues
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After experiencing bulling in school, a girl teamed-up with her friend in a dance duo 2Stepz and created a video as a support to o
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Deputies voted unanimously to adopt amendments to the Penal Code that criminalize all forms of domestic violence in Bulgaria. Despite the rejection of the Istanbul Convention, the government has focused on more than a dozen rules to combat domestic violence.
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Hintalovon Foundation in Hungary worked with a group of young Ambassador's to participate in the reporting to the Lanzarote committee. In 2018 the Committee started a thematic inquiry and the Hungarian young people have put together their own responses to the questions posed. 
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Independent is reporting about the survey carried out in UK by ABA, the Anti-Bullying Alliance.
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A recent paper from North Carolina State University and the University of South Carolina, "School and Family Factors Predicting Adolescent Cognition Regarding Bystander Intervention in Response to Bullying and Victim Retaliation" explores until now largely neglected factors that contribute to ide
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SOS Children's Villages, in their blog post talks about the phenomenon of bullying, and how the behavior of adults, like teachers, influence the prevalence of this phenomenon. According to a recent survey 20% of children experience some type of abuse in school.
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The training course "Battling homophobia and bullying among youth" will be held by LGBT info center from Serbia, in Novi Sad, Vojvodina, Serbia, 6th-15th April 2018.
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On February 2nd 2018, in the Croatian Radio "Poligraf", the topic of violence against and among children was discussed.
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The first teacher training titled Prevention of Bullying and School Violence was held in November in the framework of the yMIND project, prepared by HESED.
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The National Survey on Bullying and Violent Extremism in the Education System of Albania is a quantitative research comissioned by European Council, conducted in 144 schools in 12 regions in Albania in cooperation with the Faculty of Social Sciences in Albania and the Institute for Public Opinion
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The occurrence of extremist attacks throughout the world has unfortunately made room for generalizations and stereotyping, which is exemplified in bullying, especially among children and youth.
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Kosovo police has published an announcement, addressing parents, rearding the"Blue Whale" suicide game. Dear parents,
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The Hungarian Blue Line Child-Crisis Foundation has put together a guidance note for teachers on how to discuss the recent phenomenon called "Blue whale" with children.
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Why there is an increase of violence in recent cases in schools throughout Kosovo? Is violence conducted only by teachers or as well as by students? Why is this happening according to persons responsible for education in Kosovo?
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The European Anti-bullying Network (EAN) in cooperation with Ogilvy & Mather Berlin developed a new and interactive way to talk directly to children and young people about bullying by raising awareness and mobilizing the actors involved in the phenomenon through targeted national and EU-wide
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According to a national study on the phenomenon of bullying, conducted by Save the Children in 2016, one in four children has been publicly humiliated in front of others, and three in ten students were threatened with beating by other colleagues.
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This infograph was based on the child-friendly material produced by Brave Phone centre Zagreb, with the same name. It is a powerful self help tool as well as a good instrument for children/teens caregivers to support them when faced witht the phenomenon of teasing/bulling.
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Morning Star reports that "a quarter of children from Slovak Roma background have been excluded from Sheffield schools — after daily harassment from fellow students".
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"The Conversation" shed light on the fact that migrant and refugee children are more likely to be bullied in Italian schools. 9% of Italy's school population are migrant and refugee children and the study found that 17.9% had been victimised compared to 11.4% of Italian origin.
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According to UNICEF, more than nine out of 10 young people believe bullying is a continuous concern in their communities, and two-thirds say they have experienced bullying first hand.
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In a 2011 study, the National Foundation for Educational Research (NEFR) in the UK explored the different manifestations of bullying in almost 100 secondary schools and, through pupil participation, was able to reveal interesting findings about which kinds of bullying tactics inflict the greatest
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Bullying has and continues to be an issue pervading various aspects of social life for many, most especially for school aged youth. Although many children are able to mask the effects of bullying, and appear to be free from distress, this isn't necessarily the case.
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The aim of the conference is to showcase the multiple dimensions of bullying, a phenomenon with widespread consequences, the pressing need for a coordinated and harmonized European response and strategy as well as to promote the exchange of good practices implemented within member-states and on a
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This regional conference will bring together representatives of local and regional governments, institutions working in the field of social welfare, justice and police, representatives of the academic community and civil society organizations working in the field of prevention, treatment and post
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This child-friendly resources introduces the types of bullying that children and young people may experience, and offers practical tips and techniques for dealing with teasing.
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Ministry of Education, Science and Technology (MEST) of the Republic of Kosovo is committed to prevention of violence in schools.
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The Balkan Insight reports on Bulgaria stating that the reported cases of violence in schools almost tripled in the space of only one year, a children's rights organisation has told a roundtable in Bulgaria's parliament.  Cases of physical violence in Bulgarian schools almost tripled in the schoo
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MenCare Bulgaria reports that they believe men can play a key role in helping to end bullying in schools, from children’s early years through their adolescence. This is why the country’s “Being a Dad” campaign promoted, for the first time ever, Pink Shirt Day on February 24.
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In this video Al Jazeere Balkans addresses the issues of online bullying. The author, Jasmina Kos, claims that in year 2015, juveniles in Croatia have commited more than 2.500 crimes, which included bodily harm.
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The Economist article reports that this year the number of migrants crossing the Mediterranean is ten times higher than in 2014, even though they slightly decreased at the beginning of November. However, as winter sets in, Europe's response is increasingly less adequate.
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The MarketWatch reports that on Oct. 13, 2015, in time for National Bullying Prevention Month, the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children® and Sprint released a new video aimed at stopping Cyberbullying.
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The video shows the boy "Martian" who is experiencing rejection from his school colleagues because he is different. The boy, however uses his super powers to help other children.
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'The independent' reports about 17 year old schoolboy’s suicide in Ireland after being bullied in social media. It is believed he was tricked by peers to post photographs in social media. The police is investigating the circumstances of the tragic event.
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As a part of regular half year meeting of elementary school pedagogues, NGO Brave Phone has presented Child Hub to the experts as a quality tool to get help, support, new knowledge and experience in working with children on every day basics.
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'UNICEF' reports that a roundtable „The Role of the educational system in the prevention and response to gender- based violence among and against pupils” was held on in Belgrade. The results of the survey on gender-based violence was conducted in 50 primary and secondary schools in Serbi
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The publication collects five case studies of the work of Care Intenrational Balkans addressing gender equality, gender-based violence through engaging young men (15-19), youth organisations.
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In this short film George Curtis considers the particular issues associated with safeguarding children in cases of peer-on-peer sexual exploitation and violence.
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Safeguarding Teenage Intimate Relationships (STIR) is a 24 month collaborative research project based in five European countries – England, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Italy and Norway - with the aim of documenting the incidence, impact and dynamics of online/offline experiences of partner violence and con
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This animated video aims at educating parents on children's safety online. The three-minute animation tackles the parental concern of ‘Who are your kids talking to online?’, providing practical tips for parents to help their children stay safe.
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Children have the right to be protected from being hurt and mistreated, physically or mentally, they have a right to privacy.
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The video shows five elementary children talking about why one child is being bullied. 
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Bullying is a worldwide problem, having negative, and sometimes even fatal consequences. This short film challenges common statements that are used to defend bullying culture, such as "kids will be kids", by exposing the real-life implications of bullying.
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‘Balkan Insight’ reports that police officers have been assigned to watch over primary and secondary schools in Macedonia in an effort to curb an upswing in violent knife-crime among children.
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This paper presents a research on the predictors of three bully status groups (bullies, victims, and bully victims) for school-age children and adolescents, that was synthesized using meta-analytic procedures.
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The book was writen with the aim to explain the cultural and psychological underpinnings of violence among youth; to assess the effect of programs already adopted by schools; and to galvanize professional educators and the public to act on their outrage by adopting a whole-school approach to prev
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A Report that features seven European nations: Bulgaria, Germany, the Netherlands, Romania, Slovakia, Sweden, and the United Kingdom, which discusses bullying, children's atmospheres, and rights.
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This guideline spotlights the consequential results of bullying.
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This guideline provides a framework for instructions for early educators and employees of educational facilities in order to establish and maintain an atmosphere that excludes bullying. The report defines bullying as "to intimidate, to frighten, to domineer, among others".
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Learn why despite being encouraged to come forward about bullying and tell their teachers at school, children can be recultant to report it. This course will help understand the risks children face before and after telling their teachers about it.
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Gain the skills to assess and manage incidents of sexualised behaviour within your primary school. Working at your own pace, this online course will teach you how to: