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Fine Gael TD for Mayo, Deputy Michelle Mulherin, has said that the Government’s new Action Plan on Bullying will help to tackle the scourge of bullying in schools across Mayo. Five hundred thousand euro has been ring-fenced to support the implementation of the plan this year, which will include a campaign on cyber bullying and the development of national anti-bullying procedures for all schools.
The popularity of the internet and social media sites has meant bullies are finding new ways to emotionally and physically distress other children, making it harder for parents to spot it. Cyber-bullying is a form of bullying utilising the internet and mobile phones.
The tragic death of 13-year-old Erin Gallagher, from Ballybofey, Co Donegal, which was due to cyber-bullying has thrown the spotlight on how widespread this form of bullying is, and has sparked a very important debate on how such horrific abuse can be stamped out.
Clinical psychologist, author, and broadcaster David Coleman is coming to the Broadhaven Hotel on Friday June 1 at 8pm to give a public talk for parents on the subject of recognising and responding to the emotional signs of bullying in children. All are welcome.
Firebrand Productions and clinical psychologist David Coleman are currently producing a three-part television series for RTÉ education on the subject of bullying.
A presentation on the subtle and not-so-subtle ways in which bullying occurs in a wide variety of settings such as schools and work will take place at the Family Centre, Chapel Street, Castlebar, on Wednesday March 21 from 8pm to 10pm. Presenter Monica Monahan, founder of the Haven Antibullying Centre and president of the National Antibullying Coalition, will examine helpful strategies and interventions. Booking and information from the Family Centre at 094 9025900/www.thefamilycentre.com
Little monitoring of bullying incidents takes place in Ireland, a new book published by a Galway-based author claims.
The ‘missing’ owners of Avondale nursing home, which was closed down by the health authorities recently have been ordered to pay almost €38,000 compensation to two former staff members in their absence.
Iorras Le Chéile Community Development Project would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone who helped make Erris Anti-Bullying Week 2011, which carried the theme Free to Be Me, a huge success.
This year Erris anti-bullying week carries the theme Free To Be Me and will run from October 3 to 7.