Bullying behaviour results in disenchantment, demotivation, disaffection and isolation.
BulliesOut's Innovative and Interactive workshops and training provides Understanding, Prevention and Positive Practical Solutions which enable our youth to recognise their full potential and achieve their aspirations.
Following our Work
92% of Young People had more knowledge and understanding of bullying
96% of Professionals feel more confident to effectively deal with bullying
92% of Schools confirmed our workshops met their expectations and would recommend them to others
Is when a person is targeted, humiliated or harassed using the Internet or mobile phones. With the increasing use of social networking sites, such as BEBO, MySpace, YouTube, Facebook, MSN and gaming sites, Cyberbullying is fast becoming a cause of concern.
Cyber and text bullying can continue long after schools have closed their gates. The increase in the use of mobile phones and personal computers has led to an increase in Cyber Bullying.
2 types of Cyberbullying
Direct Attack - Nasty and unwanted messages and/or emails sent directly to you
Indirect Attack - Using others to help cyberbully you, posting nasty things about you on a website, using your personal details for their own purpose.