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7th Oct 2013
Nigel Owens BulliesOut Patron

Rugby Referee helps blow whistle on Bullying World famous Welsh international rugby referee Nigel Owens has agreed to become the patron of anti-bullying charity BulliesOut.

17th Sep 2013
Cyber-bullying advice section on its website

BulliesOut has launched a new section on its website to highlight how people can stop themselves becoming victims of cyber-bullying.

30th Apr 2013
Nathan shows bullies who’s got talent now

A young Welsh artist is standing up to bullies by showcasing his unusual portraits at an exhibition in Cardiff’s Queens Arcade this month.

15th Feb 2013
Wales Council for Voluntary Action Award

BulliesOut is once again delighted to receive the Investing in Volunteers award

1st Jul 2012
The Undertakings Charity single

Released as part of the BulliesOut Hands Are Not For Hitting campaign. The band have issued the following statement: “Bullying is a serious problem, in many walks of life and…

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