Being bullied can make you feel very alone. You may think there is nothing you can do about it. But you can. We have lots of tips on how to get help and feel supported.
When your child is being bullied it can be very challenging to deal with. Find out how to deal with the situation and what signs to look out for in your child.
Standing with a friend who is being bullied doesn’t mean you have to take a punch for them. There are many ways you can be supportive and keep yourself safe.
An annual event celebrated in many countries around the world, Pink Shirt Day encourages people to talk about bullying and take action against it. On Pink Shirt Day, Friday 22 May 2015, we ask New Zealanders to Speak up. Stand together. Stop bullying.
Pink Shirt Day began in Nova Scotia, Canada in 2007. A group of students decided to defend a kid who was bullied for wearing a pink shirt. In a show of solidarity, many of his peers turned up to school the next day wearing pink shirts, and Pink Shirt Day was born. By wearing a pink shirt, people identify themselves as an ally. The pink shirt is a way of showing those being bullied that there are many people around who care.