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Posted: 4/12/2022

You ask. We answer. Visit “Questions Answered” to learn why inclusion is important in helping address and prevent bullying. The short response is, “Inclusion helps foster a sense of “belonging” for all and increases the possibility that students will find meaningful connections among their peers, as well as support when they need it. When all are included and valued in the life of a community, bullying is less likely to occur.” Read the full article

Posted: 4/4/2022

The Kids Take on Bullying webinar series, presented in partnership with Cartoon Network, is now available to watch in the classroom or during other student related activities. The series is designed to help facilitate the development and implementation of amazing ideas to take on bullying in school, community, online, or wherever you see it happen. Watch the videos

Posted: 3/4/2022

Register as an individual or as a team

A free month-long event with the goal of collectively circling the earth (24,901 miles) as many times as possible. which symbolizes the call to “moving toward a world without bullying.” Determine your own mileage goal to run, walk, roll, stroll, bike, hike, or wheel, logging the distances throughout the month. Every mile contributed will move us one step closer of a world which is kinder, more accepting, and more inclusive for all. Register Now

Posted: 2/17/2022

Recognize extraordinary individuals and groups

Unity Awards is a celebration to recognize those who are helping to create a kinder, more inclusive, and more accepting world — whether it’s by empowering others to take positive action, advocating for those who need support, or sharing acts of kindness that cause a ripple effect in one’s community. This year six individuals or groups will be recognized with the Faces of Change award to honor them for their unique contributions to bullying prevention. Submit a nomination

Posted: 1/31/2022

A creative way for students to help other students

Inviting all K-12 students, with support from adults, to produce scripted videos for the opportunity to be featured on NBPC websites and viewed by classrooms around the country — plus, win some amazing prizes! “Students with Solutions” is a creative way for adults to engage youth in bullying prevention conversation while involving them in developing resources that can help educate their peers. Submissions open now through April 30, top entries announced May 18. Learn More

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