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National Anti-Bullying Week 2013 - UK

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John Khan

on 28 September 2013

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Transcript of National Anti-Bullying Week 2013 - UK

National Anti-Bullying Week 2013

Stay safe, have fun, be connected
- young people are able to recognise and challenge bullying wherever it happens - whether face-to-face or in cyberspace
Each day, about 20 million people “tweet”.
69% of parents add their children to their Facebook friends
58% of young women in a recent survey said that Facebook was more important than their parents
12% of 11-16 year olds in the UK have received an unwanted sexual message/image online
93% young people have access to a phone or computer in the UK
Digital Risks
88% of images that young people put online reappear on parasite websites
Take time out - know when to disconnect
Report what makes you feel uncomfortable
Not to be a bystander - look out for each other. If you see something, say something.
You have the right to stay
, informed and engaged with the people you care about
You have the right to have
when online gaming or using social networking sites
You have the right to feel safe and not be cyberbullied when using digital technologies
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