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What is bullying?

Canadian Red Cross offer bullying prevention information and education.
Have a look at their Stand Up To Bullying web-site for real life stories, tips and other information.
(http://www.redcross.ca/article.asp?id=24700&tid=108)

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Beyond the Hurt

Canadian Red Cross offers the Beyond the Hurt online course for adults to teach them about bullying and how they can help prevent and respond to various situations. Register Now

Respect in School

Respect in School was developed to provide teachers, administrators, school bus drivers, custodians, parent volunteers and any other individuals who interact with students in a leadership role with the information they require to understand and respond to incidents of bullying, abuse, harassment and neglect. Respect in School is a fully outsourced on-line solution available to any school, school board or organization interested in protecting the interests of it’s students, personnel and the organization as a whole. Register Now or for more information, contact Paul at (902) 489-9929.

Respect in the Workplace

Respect in the Workplace was developed to provide companies, of all sizes, in any industry, with a standard tool for allemployees to combat discrimination, harassment and workplace bullying directly. RiW is an on-line educational program which empowers all employees to understand the effects of discrimination, harassment and workplace bullying, how to recognize these harmful behaviours and what to do about them, whether you are the victim, aggressor, witness or bystander. RiW is a fully outsourced solution available to any company interested in protecting the interests of the corporation and each and every one of its employees. Register Now or for more information, contact Paul at (902) 489-9929.

Respect in Sport

Respect in Sport for Activity Leaders offers a highly engaging and easy to use internet-based training course for sport leaders of all levels; (recreational, competitive and elite). The intent of this required training is to (1) empower and educate youth leaders/coaches on the prevention of abuse, bullying and harassment (2) build a holistic culture of respect within the sport community and (3) provide fundamental training tools which enable ALL coaches and youth leaders to become even better role models for the young athletes in their care. Learn more

Prevention in Motion

Prevention in Motion is a Canadian Red Cross online course for adults who want to learn about how to prevent the physical, sexual and emotional abuse and neglect of children and youth. Register Now

Healthy Youth Relationships

Healthy Youth Relationships is an online course for adults who are interested to learn how to help create positive relationships between young people and between youth and adults Register Now

Get programs in your schools

Be Safe!

Be Safe!is a personal safety program developed by the Canadian Red Cross for children aged five to nine, which focuses on the prevention of child sexual abuse. It is designed for educators to use in the classroom; it includes guidelines for educators and accompanying learning resources for children. As well, each kit includes complimentary registration to online training. Register Now

Beyond the Hurt

Beyond the Hurt is a Canadian Red Cross works with schools and youth organizations to train youth facilitators to offer Beyond the Hurt bullying prevention workshops for youth. Learn more

Healthy Youth Relationships

Healthy Youth Relationships is a workshop to help young people understand and develop positive relationships with others and how to avoid unhealthy ones. Learn more

Get good governance and compliance

Ten Steps to Creating Safe Environments

Ten Steps to Creating Safe Environments is offered by the Canadian Red Cross as a workshop, consultation process and as an online course. This program is helpful to anyone responsible for ensuring environments free of violence and abuse for the people that they are responsible for - at schools, in organizations, in institutions and in workplaces. Register now

For additional resources, please visit http://antibullying.novascotia.ca/what-do-if-you-are-being-bullied


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