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25th Apr 2016
Why are people still bullied at work?

We have laws to prevent it and there are innumerable policies and procedures that employers advocate to back up those laws. No one should ever feel bullied in their workplace…

10th Nov 2015
Lauded, applauded and rewarded

Lauded, applauded and rewarded – recognising young people who have suffered from bullying, overcome it and given something back.

27th Oct 2015
It isn’t big and it isn’t clever. It hurts!

But, do we have a distinct lack of empathy for victims of Cyber Bullying?

18th Sep 2015
We have spoilt the child far too much. Is it time now to bring back the rod?

Setting out the case for a much needed reintroduction of old fashioned values in our schools

3rd Sep 2015
The Positive Path Of Bullying

I expect you see this as an interesting twist on the subject? Is bullying positive I hear you say? Of course, the answer is no – bullying itself and by…

3rd Jul 2015
Vote for ‘Changing Minds’ project

We are thrilled to announce that our ‘Changing Minds’ project has been shortlisted in the Best Voluntary/Charity Project in the National Lottery Awards.

25th Mar 2014
BulliesOut Patron Nigel Owens calls on schools to do more to stamp out homophobic bullying

TOP rugby referee Nigel Owens is encouraging schools to do more to show the red card to people bullying someone because of their sexuality.

19th Mar 2014
The Vodden Report

Following the tragic death in 2006 of his 11 yr old son Ben who took his own life after being bullied on the dedicated school bus, Paul Vodden has produced…

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