Bullying Prevention

Bullying Prevention

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    Bullying Prevention - Caine :30

    http://www.stopbullying.gov/respond/b...In order to encourage and empower parents with the tools they need to talk to their child about helping to stop bullying, The Ad Council has launched a second wave of the Be More than a Bystander PSA campaign on behalf of federal government, non-profit, media and corporate communities.Through this collaboration, the campaign will raise awareness about the seriousness of the issue and highlight simple, yet powerful actions children can take when they witness an act of bullying, like tell a trusted adult or help the person being bullied get away from the situation. Parents are directed to http://www.TheBullyProject.com and http://www.StopBullying.gov where they can hear advice from experts, students and other parents on how to empower their children to be more than a bystander and help stop bullying nationwide.

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    Bullying Prevention - Bad Trivia - Kenny Casey :30

    http://www.stopbullying.gov/respond/be-more-than-a-bystander/index.htmlIn order to encourage and empower parents with the tools they need to talk to their child about helping to stop bullying, The Ad Council has launched a second wave of the Be More than a Bystander PSA campaign on behalf of federal government, non-profit, media and corporate communities.Through this collaboration, the campaign will raise awareness about the seriousness of the issue and highlight simple, yet powerful actions children can take when they witness an act of bullying, like tell a trusted adult or help the person being bullied get away from the situation. Parents are directed to http://www.TheBullyProject.com and http://www.StopBullying.gov where they can hear advice from experts, students and other parents on how to empower their children to be more than a bystander and help stop bullying nationwide.

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    Bullying Prevention - Lockers :30

    http://www.stopbullying.govThe Ad Council is leading a national anti-bullying campaign targeting parents to address one of the most important issues facing our children today. The goal of the campaign is to help provide a bully-free, safe environment for all students by encouraging parents to talk to their children about the steps they can take to be more than a bystander in a bullying situation.

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1 in 4 children a year experiences some form of bullying

"Be More Than a Bystander"

In order to encourage and empower parents with the tools they need to talk to their child about being more than a bystander, The Ad Council has launched a PSA campaign on behalf of federal government, non-profit, media and corporate communities.

Through this collaboration, the campaign will raise awareness about the seriousness of the issue and highlight simple, yet powerful actions children can take when they witness an act of bullying, like tell a trusted adult or help the person being bullied get away from the situation. Parents are directed to TheBullyProject.com/parents and StopBullying.gov where they can hear advice from experts, students and other parents on how to empower their children to be more than a bystander and help stop bullying nationwide.

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