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Bullying and Cyberbullying - Resources

Self-Assessment

Video-Based Learning

The Stop Hating Online videos are part of an awareness campaign prepared by Public Safety Canada (Government of Canada) which illustrates the legal impacts that sharing or sending around intimate images can have.

Interactive Learning Tools

Programs/Initiatives

WITS (Walk Away, Ignore, Talk It Out and Seek Help) Programs

The evidence-based school-led program brings together schools, families and communities to create responsive environments that help young children learn at an early age about effective strategies to deal with bullying and peer victimization. The WITS Primary Program for kindergarten to grade 3 and the WITS LEADS Program for grades 4 to 6 are the only prevention programs that seek to unite adults and children to protect them from peer victimization and bullying. Acting as community leaders, RCMP officers engage elementary school students in discussing the WITS messaging to prevent bullying and victimization.

The Red Cross: RespectED Programs

Through the Canadian Red Cross' RespectED program, various issue specific programs have been developed to teach violence prevention in classrooms and communities across Canada.

  • Beyond the Hurt- This education program uses activities, videos and discussions to educate adults and youth alike on bullying and conflict resolution topics.
  • Ten Steps to Creating Safe Environments- This program teaches students about how they can create a safe environment without violence, abuse or aggression.

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