06.02.15 | Anti-Bullying Blog | Comment?

Anti-Bullying Week 2015 will take place on the week beginning Monday 16 November. This year it will focus on our individual and collective understanding of bullying, under the title:


What Bullying Means to Me


The Anti-Bullying Week 2015 theme will look at the definition of bullying, helping us to understand it as a ‘repeated use of power, intentionally to harm, hurt and adversely affect the rights and needs of another or others.’




As in previous years, schools and other organisations working with young people can register online to receive a free resource pack. This will include presentations, activity plans, project briefs and LG-T15 themed posters. This year we’ve made the process easier and quicker than ever. Simply click here, complete the short form and click “Submit”. The whole process should only take a few minutes to complete.


Young People’s Competition – Get Creative!

Following our hugely successful competition last year, which attracted more than 4000 entries, DDISS will again be running a competition for children and young people. This activity provides an excellent opportunity to engage a large number of young people, focussing on this important issue. The title of the competition is “What Bullying Means to Me”, and this year there are three categories:


Creative Writing



For details on the competition, including information on age groups and how to submit entries, please click here.


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