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The ISPCC website features the heartbreaking story of Holly (15). After months of suffering at the hands of bullies at school and on a social networking site she plucked up the courage to contact the Childline One to One instant messaging service and admit that she was finding it hard to cope. Holly had her hair pulled and her lunch taken. She was being threatened and called names. Worst of all she was feeling isolated, scared and lonely as her former friends no longer talked to her.

Have you been bullied?

A new televison series is to highlight bullying among young people, and is seeking those who have experience of bullying in an attempt to help them share and relinquish their anxieties. The three part series is due to be broadcast in March 2012 and renowned clinical psychologist David Coleman wants to offer his expertise and therapeutic support to a number of young people who have been affected by bullying, either as a victim or as a bully.

Anti-bullying week

Erris Anti-Bullying Week will take place the week commencing Monday October 11.

Anti-bullying week

Erris Anti-Bullying Week will take place the week commencing Monday October 11.

How to beat the scourge of bullying

Bullying has become a much talked about issue in recent years, and the vast majority of schools now have anti-bullying policies. However schools cannot be successful in their preventative work if they do not get support from home.

NUI Galway professor tells conference schools are struggling to stop cyberbullying

NUI Galway professor Keith Sullivan who is attached to the school of education has said that the problem of cyberbullying is escalating in our schools, and it is difficult to stop due to the anonymity of the perpetrator.

It’s becoming a dark, dark world

You have to question the kind of world we live in when a teenage girl can see no light at the end of the tunnel - so much so that she sees no choice but to end her life.

It’s becoming a dark, dark world

You have to question the kind of world we live in when a teenage girl can see no light at the end of the tunnel - so much so that she sees no choice but to end her life.

Bullying on increase during recession

A seminar to be held in Castlebar next week will try to combat the problem of bullying at home and in the workplace, which according to research carried out by the Samaritans is increasing during these times of economic downturn, with one in four homes experiencing incidents of bullying and one in four employees being bullied in the workplace.

The people of Chad, the soldiers of Ireland

When the problems of Chad became a human rights issue, and the UN asked for Irish troops to help, the Government said yes.

 

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