This website features an online searchable database of over 250 journal articles, book chapters, and other publications that address topics related to children, violence and violence prevention.
This website contains information, tools, and tips to keep children safe online.
This site offers 10 research-based and practical steps to eliminating bullying in any school.
Educator CJ Bott reviews ficitonal books with bullying characters and themes and offers guidance and how they can be used to spark useful discussions among children and youth.
This is a B.C. website for students, parents, and teachers with useful information and resources on all aspects of bullying.
This is a British website with excellent information and resources for students, parents, and educators.
This site is devoted to research on bullying from Wendy Craig at Queen's University.
This resource provides an in-depth look at bullying within the school system in its three main forms: physical, verbal, and social. It outlines curriculum integration and implementation techniques and provides educators with print-and-use forms, checklists and fact sheets.
This appealing Australian website features a wealth of information and resources on bullying and prevention for parents, students and educators.
Bullying.org aims to prevent bullying in society through education and awareness. The site features online learning and educational resources in order to help people deal effectively and positively with the act of bullying and its long-lasting negative consequences.
The Canadian Safe School Network (CSSN) is a national, not-for-profit, registered charitable organization with a mandate to reduce youth violence and make schools and communities safer. The site faciliates discussion on this issue with a blog and through Twitter and Facebook.
This site provides information about cyberbullying in it's various incarnations including via email, IM (Instant Messaging) and Chat. The Facts and News section gives relevant Canadian statistics related to this topic.
This is an informative, comprehensive site for parents and teachers to learn more about cyberbullying and what they can do about it.
ETFO has a wealth of resources on topics related to bullying prevention in schools. Hint: Use the search bar in the upper right corner to find this material.
This site by Public Safety Canada provides information about all aspects of teen bullying.
Kidscape is the first charity in the UK established specifically to prevent bullying and child sexual abuse. This website contains information and resources for children and young people under the age of 16, their parents, and those who work with them.
This media literacy organization provides information for parents, teachers and students on the topic of cyberbullying. Use the search bar in the upper right corner to access this information.
This website contains a statement of the Government of Ontario's commitment to preventing bullying. It also has links to school surveys by division and the Ministry's Registry of bullying prevention programs.
The site examines characteristics of bullies and victims and discusses the roles of students, teachers, parents and schools. This site also has numerous links to other sites about bullying.
A clearinghouse site for the latest research and initiatives on violence and bullying prevention. Includes a Success Stories section where educators can submit and share their experiences, projects and research on this topic with each other. Created by the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
The Ontario English Catholic Teachers' Association has some excellent resources and references on bullying prevention in the educational workplace. Hint: Use the search bar in the upper right corner to find this material.
The Ontario Secondary School Teachers' Federation site provides information and resources on bullying in high schools. (Use the search bar in the upper left corner to find this material). It also contains the Report commissioned jointly by OSSTF, EFTO and OECTA on bullying in the Ontario educational workplace.
Operation Respect is a non-profit organization working to ensure each child and youth a respectful, safe and compassionate climate of learning where their academic, social and emotional development can take place free of bullying, ridicule, and violence.
PREVNet is a national network committed to stopping bullying. This site has a wealth of research-based information on all aspects of bullying.
This is an informative article for administrators on bullying at school. It includes useful links.