1. Bullying: how to stop it

    Posted on 12 Feb 2016

    If you're being bullied, you may feel isolated or frightened. You may find it hard to make friends or talk to people your age. But you don't have to put up with bullying. Sometimes people think talking to a teacher or parent will make things worse. If you're worried about this, call ChildLine in confidence on 0800 1111, explain the situation and ask for advice. ChildLine advisers will help any child or young person whatever the problem, and they won't judge you.

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  2. eCRIME / Cyber-Bullying

    Posted on 11 Feb 2016

    eCRIME is mobile phone or internet abuse. eCRIME is commonly referred to as cyber-bullying. eCRIME is any form of anti-social behaviour over the internet or via a mobile device. It is an attack or abuse, using technology, which is intended to cause another person harm, distress or personal loss. eCRIME is rife. We are all potential targets – adults and children alike. Most of us are likely to experience eCRIME at some point in our lives. It is a total myth that eCRIME affects children only.

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