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Here are the resources we found for cyberbullying for young people:
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Anti-Bullying Week Resources from BBC Team Own It
(Featured resource)Nobody deserves to be bullied. For Anti-Bullying Week 2018, Team Own It choose respect and stand against hate. Resources on a wide range of bullying issues from the BBC.
Being the best version of yourself online
(Featured resource)HeadStart Wolverhampton worked with Wolverhampton Learning Technologies Team, Stone’s Throw Media, and Wolverhampton primary schools to create three great animated videos around the theme of “Being the Best Version of Yourself Online”. The videos explore the following themes:
- The Digital 5-A-Day
- Peer Pressure
- Respect and Self-Respect
These films are great conversation starters with young people about making the best of modern technology.
Trolling and Online Bullying Explained
What is cyberbullying? What is trolling? What can you do if you find yourself a victim of online bullies or trolls? Teoh chats to YouTuber Marc Zapanta about trolling, banter and online bullying and together they suggest practical ways to combat and deal with it.
This 10 minute drama has been designed for young people. Exposed deals with the subjects of sexting and cyberbullying, issues that teenagers commonly face in the digital world. The video shows ‘Dee’ talking to herself after she sent her boyfriend naked pictures which got uploaded onto the internet. This video is in English, with English subtitles.
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Building Confidence After Online Bullying
This webpage gives advice on what to do when you’re being bullied online, and how to build confidence after being bullied online. You could try all the ideas on this page, or just the ones that sound right for you. You may have to find the right combination of things, so stick with it and keep trying with these tips for feeling confident.
Cyberbullying is using the internet, email, online games or any digital technology to threaten, tease, upset or humiliate someone else. Find information and advice on different types of cyberbullying, what to do if you are being bullied online, how to help a friend, how to stand up to online bullies and where to get support.
Bullying on Social Networks
Cyberbullying, or online bullying, on social networks can happen to anyone at any time. Social networks should be a place where you can connect with friends and share stuff. It can be really hard if you’re being bullied online but Childline is here to help. This webpage contains information on blocking and reporting bullies, getting help with bullying videos and useful information if you’re being bullied online.
This resource is provided by the BBC, it gives the reader facts about online bullying. The information is presented in 5 sections, these are titled, What is it?, Why is it so bad?, I’m being bullied online and I don’t know what to do, Am I an online bully? and Online bullying and the law.
This resource is in the form of a factsheet which is made up of 5 pages. This resource is targeted at young adults, to combat cyberbullying. The factsheet outlines the behaviours which could be seen has cyberbullying behaviours, it encourages users to think before they post, it gives tips on how to stay safe online, and what to do if you discover that someone is being cyberbullied, including how to report the behaviour.
Cyberbullying: Advice for Young People
Cyber-bullying is the misuse of digital technologies or communications to bully a person or a group, typically through messages or actions that are threatening, intend to cause offence, anxiety or humiliation. This booklet is full of advice and support for young people so that they know how to face cyberbullying.