Bullying Prevention Expert and Kidpower Leader, Irene van der Zande, reviews the “Bully” movie with an eye toward what to do after you watch the documentary – because just watching is not enough to make a lasting difference for kids and families struggling with severe bullying, even in schools and communities where “anti-bullying” policies have been adopted.
Category: Bullying Prevention
Kidpower responds to recent child sex abuse scandals by partnering with the Positive Coaching Alliance and has provided free webinars and other resources educate and support a vital group of caring adults in the prevention of child abuse and bullying in youth sports. We hope that the coaches, youth leaders, and parents we can reach through our partnership with PCA will have a strong ripple effect to helping make kids safer and promoting our One Million Safer Kids Initiative.
This article contains some of the facts and statistics that we have found to make the biggest impact on how adults and parents come to realize bullying as a problem not only in their community but throughout the entire country as well.
Bullying from homophobia is too often overlooked. Here’s how to protect all kids from bullying while understanding that many people are uncomfortable about LGBTQ issues.