Beyond Sticks & Stones: How to Help Your Child Address Bullying
This book offers bullying prevention strategies for children at home, in school and online. It is filled with information and practical tools that can help parents and other take action against bullying. A special section of the book provides specific tips for parents of children with disabilities.
Need help planning a student-led bullying prevention event? PACER has partnered with Facebook to create a practical Student Event Toolkit that will make it easier to hold events in your school or community. This step-by-step guide will help you plan, promote, and execute a variety of events throughout the year using Facebook tools.
Download the 32-page Peer Advocacy Guide, a step-by step-booklet that looks at how to address bullying of students with disabilities by engaging, educating, and empowering their peers with advocacy skills.
Resources for LGBTQ Students and Their Families
The Trevor Project provides crisis intervention and suicide prevention services to lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and questioning youth.
GLSEN seeks to develop school climates where difference is valued for the positive contribution it makes in creating a more vibrant and diverse community.
Teen pop star Rebecca Black, who rose to prominence in 2011 when the music video of her song “Friday” became the most viewed video of the year on YouTube, is speaking out about bullying prevention on behalf of PACER. “Bullying is something that affects so many and it can happen to anyone,” she says. “I know what it's like to have people make fun of you, and I know how much it can hurt. I just don't want other kids to have to go through that.”
Video: PACER's National Bullying Prevention Center
Video: Stand Up by Going Dark
Video: Hollywood Teens Unite Against Bullying
Video: Bravo Dance Center - Unity Dance 2012
Video: Stronger by Time for Three
Video: Tribe by Hayley Reardon
I lost one of my friends to bullying. They don't think that it hurts. Well it does and it changes a person's life forever. Like mine did. Put an end to bullying.
Shelby, 16, Appletn
im being bullied. I t hurts like mad, especially when my friends dont do anything about it, or help me through it. I only have one friend i could ever rely on, and i find that horrible. I feel as if people cant stand me and they despise how i look :/
The one thing you cant do to bullie is bully them back. never do that because youll only get yourself into trouble. tell a teacher, or someone you can trust.
The end of bullying begins with us <3
natasha, 15, lancaster , england
My Daughter Taylor gets bullied in school, she's had her head glued shut,she'd been bit, pushed off benches, called names. and made fun of the worst is that the school turns the other way and my daughter argues with me everyday about going to school. I've had several meetings with them and it falls on deaf ears. It needs to stop and more people need to take a stand against bullying. My heart goes out to all who endure the physical and emotional abuse of a bully.My daughter included.
Joann, 42, New jersey
When I was in 8th grade I was bullied, picked on, made fun of, and excluded from intramural sports all because I was not as tall as most of the boys in my grade. Each time the bullying happened my feelings were hurt and my self esteem began to go down. I now have a life threatening disorder and I have to receive counseling and medical treatment in another state, away from my family. I am also not able to go to high school like the other kids my age until I can regain my ability to control my thoughts and my sense of self worth. Bullying goes a lot further than just the day and time the negative actions occur. Please don't bully. Tell your friends to not bully people,and for that matter, tell any stranger not to bully. Putting people down can go a lot further than you know. Being bullied can be life altering. LIFE ALTERING. Please don't bully!
Sawyer, 16, California
i was bullied for 2 years, but then i stood up to the person. and man to i feel good!!
FamilySignal Partners with PACER to help parents monitor their children’s social media
Posted: Wednesday, April 24, 2013
FamilySignal – the online service that helps parents monitor their children’s social media accounts – is partnering with PACER’s National Bullying Prevention Center to help protect children from cyberbullying. FamilySignal’s technology enables parents to be notified within minutes via text message when potential danger is detected so they can take immediate action. Learn more.
New Site Feature - Everyone’s Contribution Matters
Posted: Tuesday, March 19, 2013
Bullying touches so many lives and it often inspires the generous spirit in people who want to make a difference, support the cause, and change something that has happened to too many for too long. Every day students, parents, schools, and community members ask us, “What can I do to help?” In addition to individuals around the world sharing information about PACER resources, we receive heartfelt contributions of as little as five dollars from California to Maine, from Argentina to Norway and all around the globe, from donors ages 5 to 90. Read more about the new website section "Everyone's Contribution Matters".
Redbook article recommends PACER to readers
Posted: Friday, March 08, 2013
An article in Redbook’s March 2013 issue titled “Let’s Create a Bully-Free World” encourages people to take action against bullying by donating to PACER’s National Bullying Prevention Center. Read the article.
PACER’s National Bullying Prevention Center is excited to announce our new partnership with SurveyMonkey Contribute and a new way for anyone to give thier support! Sign up and you will receive surveys by e-mail from SurveyMonkey customers who need your opinion. For every survey you take, SurveyMonkey will donate $0.50 to PACER's National Bullying Prevention Center, and you'll get a chance to win $100 in an instant-win game.
All About Bullies . . . Big And Small
A CD for young children, and winner of a Grammy for Best Children’s Album, All About Bullies … Big and Small is a collection of music, poetry and storytelling designed to put an interesting and heartfelt twist on bullying prevention, so that young learners can identify with the topic in an age appropriate manner. The artists all generously contributed their time and talents and a portion of the proceeds is donated to PACER’s Kids Against Bullying initiative.