The facts

Facts and statistics from the Student and Teacher Pink Shirt Day 2017 Toolkits

About bullying

Definition of bullying, harmful effects and targets of bullying. 

Bullying statistics

Statistics on bullying of young people. 

Some young people are more likely to be targeted

Statistics on groups that can experience higher rates of bullying.

Facts and statistics from the Workplace Pink Shirt Day 2017 Toolkit 

About workplace bullying

Facts and statistics on bullying in the New Zealand workplace. 

Information about bullying, resources and where to get help

Getting help and advice – for young people

Helplines and organisations for young people to find useful advice and support.

Getting help and advice – in the workplace

Helplines and organisations for employees to find useful advice and support. 

Helplines

Details for What's Up, Kidsline and other useful phone numbers. 

Pamphlets, websites and social media

Facebook links for Pink Shirt Day and other anti-bullying organisations.

Information for teachers and educational resources

Programmes available for New Zealand schools and information for teachers who want to learn more about bullying.

Research: bullying and its impact

A range peer-reviewed, published articles from New Zealand and overseas.

Research: what can we do to prevent bullying?

International literature on the prevention of bullying.

International websites

Anti-bullying websites from the UK, US and Australia.

“Effective bullying prevention involves the whole school community staff, students, parents and whanau. It means having well-planned responses in place for when bullying does occur.”

Mike Williams

Secondary Principals' Association of New Zealand (SPANZ).