BULLY4YOU developed a teacher’s guide in Irish, you can download it from here.
Curious about how you can use the EUBULLY “Losers” video in group situations and in classroom? Check out here some possibilities suggested by the creators of the film, the team of Spectacle Theater UK .
CPIP team has translated for the EUBULLY partnership two of the most valuable resources developed inside the project: a handbook on how to work with drama method inside class activities and a handbook on how to work with the EUBULLY game (https://eubully.eu/#game). The translated materials are now available in 15 languages and you can find them here
To make a point about bullying, Singapore’s Coalition Against Bullying for Children and Youth has launched a video that gets shorter every time you share it.
The app has been developed by Infobuzz, an organisation that offers mentoring services, guidance and training to young people with drug addiction problems and emotional difficulties amongst other issues. The app enables young people to assess the risks of their gang involvement, to provide information to parents/carers or concerned others, and access to personal advice from support workers at Infobuzz through the 1-2-1 messaging system. The app is a discrete, confidential point of access for those who may feel trapped in a gang or are at risk of this, which was designed in consultation with a potential target audience.
We felt this is a great example of best practise to share with partners as well as sign post practitioners in general to the app, which can be accessed on mobile devices or pcs.
The link is: www.buzzhub.org
Please find below a link to Birmingham City Council’s Stop Bullying campaign. Here you will find the events and publications delivered by the Council on this topic
Romanian short movie developed by students at a vocational highschool and used in the prevention campaigns of the Police.