Anti-Bullying Week

Anti-Bullying Week

Anti-Bullying Week is takes place from 14 to 18 November 2022. To mark this week, schools are invited to participate in a lesson activity that the Department of Education developed in collaboration with the DCU Anti-Bullying Centre.

Stand Up Awareness Week

Stand Up Awareness Week

Stand Up Awareness Week is an annual campaign run by Belong To, which gives second-level schools, Youthreach, and youth services the opportunity to celebrate and recognise their LGBTQ+ community.

Better Internet for Kids (BIK) New European Strategy

Better Internet for Kids (BIK) New European Strategy

The Better Internet for Kids portal provides information, guidance and resources on better internet issues from the Insafe-INHOPE network of Safer Internet Centres in Europe and other stakeholders.

Stop Sextortion

‘Stop Sextortion Hub’ by Thorn and Meta

A new ‘Stop Sextortion Hub’ has been developed by Thorn and adapted by Meta to provide a recourse to anyone who is seeking information and support relating to Sextortion.

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#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.

Anti-Bullying Resources

The Yellow Flag Programme

Celebrating Diversity. Promoting Inclusion. Challenging Racism.

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