LET’S END BULLYING IN SCHOOLS
MAY 4th | ANTI-BULLYING DAY
French version - Spanish version
WHAT IS ANTI-BULLYING DAY?
It’s about time we put an end to bullying. This May 4th, join us for Anti-Bullying Day. Created by the United Nations in 2012, Anti-Bullying Day is when the world pledges to end bullying in schools. Now, more than ever, your support is needed to raise awareness for this pressing issue—and support youth that may be silently suffering from bullying.
1 IN 3 CHILDREN WORLDWIDE EXPERIENCE BULLYING AT SCHOOL
The numbers are alarming. Which is why we need to take action. With the proper resources, we can teach youth to recognize bullying, understand its repercussions, and learn to navigate difficult situations that it creates. By raising awareness for the cause, we can ensure that our youth will safely grow and learn in an environment that encourages learning, develops confidence, and fosters good social relationships.
SO MANY RESOURCES TO CHOOSE FROM
As part of the Ride Out Intimidation program, BRP collaborates with many organisations around the world. They are all anti-intimidation experts and they are there to give you — youth, parents, and school staff — the resources you need to to address bullying and its effects.
*The majority of the resources are available in English only.
DITCH THE LABEL
Ditch The Label helps young people aged 12-25 navigate the issues affecting them the most; from mental health and bullying to identity and relationships.
Top 10 tips for overcoming bullying
Why do people bully? The scientific reasons
What to say to someone who is being bullied
BORN THIS WAY FOUNDATION
Through high-impact programming and youth-led conversations, Born This Way Foundation aims to make kindness cool, validate the emotions of young people, and eliminate the stigma surrounding mental health.
FONDATION JASMIN ROY SOPHIE DESMARAIS
The FJRSD aims to raise awareness, educate, support and propose long-term solutions to the issues created by violence, discrimination and bullying. This includes educational establishments, work environments and senior populations.
Helping LGBTQI+ Youth with Caring.
Information Guide for Parents on School Violence and Bullying
Emotional literacy and needs in early childhood.
DARE TO CARE
Dare to Care is a national-award winning bully prevention program that has been tackling the issue since 1999 with practical and effective programming for students, educators, and parents.
Frequently Asked Questions
Parent Virtual Program
NO TIME FOR THAT
No Time for That (Anti-Bullying Society) is a registered Canadian charity that through story and song, educates and empowers youth about bullying prevention and awareness. We have #notimeforbullying!
Story & Song Videos
Bully Zero is Australia's leading bullying charity whose mission is to prevent and reduce bullying.
NEMI is a Mexican organization with the aim of participating actively in Mexico's social development through school and community programs.
If It Was You
Short Film - Intervention Plan
THE POLAR ACADEMY
The Polar Academy is a transformative youth charity that believes that every young person living in darkness, deserves to find their true spirit. Inspiration through exploration.
WORLD ANTI-BULLYING FORUM
The WABF is a great showcase to learn from one another on prevention and intervention successes, innovation, and future directions on bullying through the gathering of researchers, practitioners, school administrators, youth, and community members from across the globe.
Whole education approach to bullying prevention
Revisiting the definition of school bullying
Bullying involving children and young people with disabilities
BIKERS AGAINST BULLIES USA
BAB USA is a nonprofit organization committed to creating awareness and educating both children and adults on the benefits of living in a society of respect for each other.
Friends is an organization that provides adults with research-based tools to prevent bullying among children and young people.
Online course - Always take action
Online course - Supporting a child subjected to bullying
Support for children and young people
BRP Anti-Bullying Digital Toolkit
This toolkit includes everything you need to get the word out. Download LinkedIn and Facebook banners, a pre-written social media post and video. By getting the message out there, you’ll be doing a great deal to help a great cause.
BRP Anti-Bullying Chatterbox Paper Game
Generating conversation about bullying is not always easy. The printable Chatterbox Paper Game makes it easier with questions and prompts to get kids talking about bullying and what can be done about it.
BRP Anti-Bullying Campaign
Beyond Anti-Bullying Day there’s still a lot of work to be done. Check out the following link to find out about how BRPs Ride Out Intimidation campaign is working hard to affect change not only in schools but also in workplaces around the world.