#AntibullyingInAction Campaign

To mark the UNESCO International Day against violence and bullying at school, including cyberbullying on Thursday the of 4th November 2021, DCU Anti-Bullying Centre wants to hear about the work schools across Ireland are doing to tackle bullying and promote online safety.

What’s Involved

We want to hear about a successful initiative your school is running showing Anti-Bullying In Action. It could be a campaign your school runs to raise awareness of Online Safety, a student survey on bullying, a parent education evening, or a student anti-bullying and online safety committee.

The best entries will be showcased here, on the national anti-bullying website, tacklebullying.ie

The best entries will feature in a best practice guide for schools on how to tackle bullying and promote online safety. This will be published during the month of November and made available to schools to download. It will also feature on Facebook’s International Safety Centre.

How to Enter

To enter an initiative from your school, all you have to do is upload your entry here.

It can take the form of a video, poster, powerpoint presentation or a story of a successful anti-bullying or online safety initiative in action.

Closing date for entries is 27th October at 5pm.

Share your initiative on social by tagging @antibullyingcen and using the hashtag #antibullyinginaction

This campaign is an initiative of DCU Anti-Bullying Centre.

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