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Bullying affects not just children at school, but also adults at work or in the home. Here is a selection of sites concerned with bullying and how to stop it.


Bullying Sites - Children and Young People
Advisory Centre for Education
1b Aberdeen Studios, 22-24 Highbury Grove, London, N5 2EA
Gives advice on bullying and other school related issues
Advice Line: 0808 800 5793
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Anti-Bullying Alliance
Brings together more than 50 national organisations trying to reduce bullying and create safer environments in which children and young people can live, grow, play and learn
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Anti-Bullying Campaign
Offers advice and counselling on the phone.
185 Tower Bridge Road, London, SE1 7UF
Tel: 0207 378 1446 (10:00 - 16:00)

Bullying Online
This web site has plenty of information on bullying and how to deal with it.
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Bully Free Zone
Bully Free Zone, 23 Palace Street, Bolton. BL1 2DR
This organisation aims to raise awareness of alternative ways of resolving conflict, and of reducing incidences of bullying.
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Bullywatch
This organisation aims to support and help anyone who is involved with bullying issues including the victims as well as the bullies.
Phone: 01454 318753
E mail
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Careline
Provides confidential telephone counselling to children, young people and adults on any issue, including family and relationship problems, bullying, child abuse, eating disorders, bereavement, addictions, rape, depression and anxiety
Call 0208 514 1177 (Mon-Fri 10am-4pm and 7-10pm)

Or 0113 2302 226 (Leeds)

Childline

Offers free advice and confidential counselling to young people on anything that is worrying them including bullying
Call 0800 11 11 (7days a week)
ChildLine for deaf children 0800 400 222
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Education Otherwise
Provides information and advice for parents who wish to educate their children out of school
PO Box 7420, London, N9 9SG
Tel: 0870 730 074

Kidscape
Help and advice for children/young people on many topics including bullying.
Call 020 7730 3300 or 08451 205204 (Mon & Wed 9.30am - 5.30 pm)
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Need 2 Know
This web site has plenty of information on bullying and how to deal with it.
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Standing Tall
A web site set up by someone who was bullied at school, which aims to give practical advice to children and young people.
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Stop Text Bully
A new web site set up to help children who are being bullied through threatening text messages
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Text Someone
This site gives school children the ability to report incidents of bullying, theft, crime or any unwanted behaviour in confidence, 24 hours a day, seven days a week by text message, email or voice message.
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Work Place Bullying
The Andrea Adams Trust is the only web site dedicated to helping those bullied at work
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Connexions
A guide provided by the BBC which helps people tackle bullying at work
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The TUC also has useful information about worker’s rights and the law concerning bullying, harassment, etc

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