University directed resource for parents, educators, law enforcement officers, counselors, and others who work with youth. Find facts, figures, and detailed stories as well as prevention and response resources.
Report published 11-21-16 by the Data and Society Research Institute and the Center for Innovative Public Health Research. It offers national data on the prevalence of many types of digital harassment.
Free booklet available from the UK's Department for Education and Skills defining the problem and giving suggestions to educators about how to respond to and prevent bullying regarding racism, religion and culture. Includes a bibliography and extensive links for parents, children and teens and educators.
The Hindu American Foundation (HAF) is an educational and advocacy organization established in 2003.
We work towards an equitable and accurate portrayal of Hindus and Hinduism in K-12 textbooks and in classrooms; promote a balanced understanding of Hindus and Hinduism as a lived tradition in academia; and, improve narratives about Hindus and Hinduism in media. (from their website)
Defines and provides links covering overviews, latest news, diagnosis/symptoms, prevention/screening, coping, specific conditions, related issues, clinical trials, journal articles, organizations, law and policy, statistics, children, and teenagers.
Defines and provides tips for dealing with a bully. It also reveals myths and facts about bullying, steps to stop bullying, how to deal with child who is a bully, and how to move on after being bullied.
A collection of films available to stream on demand from a variety of producers covering many different subject areas. Includes a growing collection of international films.
Note: If using a public PC in the library, users need to use Firefox.
Bullying transcends childish acts such as teasing, rough housing or joking around. It can be a dangerous activity with devastating physical and psychological effects. It’s a prominent risk factor for substance abuse and addiction, but the person being bullied isn’t the only one at risk.