Knowledge is power – and Bullyology is all about empowering employees, managers, teachers, students and anyone else who wants to learn more about the causes and effects of bullying and the strategies to deal with it. Here are some of the most useful bullying resources available:
After enduring a personal three-year ordeal with workplace bullying, I founded Bullyology to break the silence on bullying. Through a range of quality partnerships and methodologies, I deliver outstanding and practical solutions to help prevent bullying in workplaces, schools and online.
Starshell Student is an innovative product that uses real-time automated filtering of social media updates to protect children and young people. Starshell Student addresses cyberbullying, but by virtue of its flexible technological architecture, can also provide solutions to other anti-social behavioural problems that are identifiable in digital messaging.
Stop Bullying is an official government site managed by the US Department of Health and Human Services, aimed at addressing bullying in schools. You’ll find detailed information on all aspects of bullying.
This Australian site is geared toward school bullying and is managed by the Safe and Supportive School Communities Working Group. It contains useful tips and videos for teachers, students, parents and bullying bystanders.
This is the leading US research centre exploring the causes, statistics and solutions of the global scourge of cyberbullying. Check out their free updated report: Cyberbullying: Identification, Prevention and Response.
The Parents Guide to Cyberbullying is a must-read for all parents and the entire Connect Safely site is a brilliant resource for everything related to staying safe online – at any age.
Netsafe is a New Zealand site dedicated to keeping everyone safe online. Their Bullying and Abuse section covers workplace bullying, grooming, sexting, image-based abuse and more.
Bystander Revolution is all about taking the power out of bullying through tips, advice, videos and online discussions on all aspects of bullying.
Black Dog Institute offers online help for anyone suffering from mental issues and includes self-tests for depression, bipolar disorder and anxiety.
ReachOut Australia provides support for parents and their children in crisis.
SANE is an Australian mental health charity offering online and telephone mental health support.
This guide, produced by the Australian Human Rights Commission, is a practical guide for employers and managers on how to develop and promote a safe, healthy workplace and appropriately support workers with mental illness.
This PDF guide, produced by Education Wales, provides useful information in bullying prevention for 11-18-year-olds.
Great anti-bullying advice for UK residents, covering school, work and online.
Helpful bullying site for young people in the UK.
Anti-bullying resource for teachers, parents and students; includes an interactive anti-bullying tool for parents.
Advice on what to do if your child is being bullied, online or at school.
Aside from its handy helpline, this site offers excellent general information on bullying prevention.
Comprehensive and kid-friendly bullying resource, which includes a helpline for young people.
Kidscape provides children, families and professionals with training, advice and practical tools to prevent bullying.
PrevNet is an exceptional all-in-one Canadian anti-bullying website with resource lists, research information, a blog and much more.
Erase is all about building safe school communities.
US Government anti-bullying site run by the Dept. of Health and Human Services.
Loads of bullying statistics and more from the National Bullying Prevention Centre.
Stomp Out Bullying is dedicated to changing the culture for all students.
Ditch the Label is an international anti-bullying charity with research, advice and a support community.
Anti-bullying website operated by the US Department of Education.
A comprehensive website dedicated to the battle against cyberbullying.
Website of the European Anti-Bullying Network.
ENABLE is the European network Against Bullying in Learning and Leisure Environments.
An interesting study on bullying involving several European countries.
Great list of books about bullying for kids of all ages.
- Bullying Beyond the Schoolyard: Preventing and Responding to Cyberbullying – Sameer Hindujah & Justin W. Patchin
- Dear Bully: Seventy Authors Tell Their Stories – Megan Kelley Hall
- Bully in Sight: How to Predict, Resist, Challenge and Combat Workplace Bullying – Tim Field
- Free Yourself from Workplace Bullying – Aryanne Oade