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2013 Pink Shirt DayIs your school, business or organization going to be wearing pink on February 26, 2014 and tell the world to “MAKE SOME NOISE AGAINST BULLYING”?

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    1. Orillia Packet & Times

      Bullying targets the workplace
      Orillia Packet & Times
      Brooke Jameson (not her real name) is, years later, still dealing with the lasting effects of workplace bullying, which had ultimately resulted in a lawsuit. Jameson had been able to manage minor health issues without having to take time off from work ...

    2. Defense Against The Bully
      The Jewish Press
      Many frustrated mothers write to me, seemingly without hope, as they struggle with their children both in and out of school, waiting for the day their children are bully-free and once again happy. This week Captain Eilon Even-Esh, a self-defense and ...

    3. The Hindu

      Standing up to the bully
      The Hindu
      Despite the efforts of teachers and parents, bullying is a common phenomenon on our school campuses. The recent incident of a handicapped child being bullied in a city school highlighted how pervasive it has become. And also how some of our teachers ...
      Making students feel safe: Schools prioritize bullying educationSun-Sentinel

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    4. DepEd: Committees vs. bullying established in 59% of public schools
      GMA News
      To bolster its efforts against bullying, the Department of Education (DepEd) now has child protection committees in nearly 60 percent of public schools all over the country. Education Secretary Armin Luistro said this is in line with the department's ...