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Monday 16 Nov 2015
Anti Bullying Week Begins

Below is a schedule of events and who to contact if you wish to attend:

Tuesday 17 November 2015, 11am: Online 

FREE webinar will help sport’s organisations to support children and young people to speak out about face to face and online bullying to register click here:

Thursday 19 November, L'derry, 9.30-12.00

Anti-bullying week – what bullying means to me

Venue: Caw Roundabout L'Derry BT47 6TB

Time: 9:30-12 noon

Light refreshments will be available at 9:30am


Cyber bullying seminar

NSPCC Northern Ireland and the NI Anti-Bullying Forum and Western e-safety group invite you to the seminar ‘What Bullying Means to Me’ as part of Anti-Bullying Week 2015. 

The event will showcase new resources and initiatives such as new information on tackling bullying for parents as well as a focus on local cyber bullying resources. It will be of interest to statutory and voluntary groups providing services and supporting families for whom bullying and cyber
 bullying are areas of concern.

RSVP to before Wednesday 11 November 2015

Thursday 26th November from 7-10pm: 

An anti-bullying in sport workshop will be held at the Lough Moss Leisure Centre Carryduff for Lisburn and Castlereagh council, Cost £10. To register for the workshop, potential attendees can contact Kevin Madden on 92509567 or email or Emma Wills on 92509461 or email The workshop will last 3 hours.

Below is an understandi g of what the workshop will be about:


Aim: To create a good understanding of how sports can prevent bullying behaviour and respond effectively if bullying behaviour occurs

Learning outcomes 

Attendees will have the opportunity to;

•             Define bullying behaviour ( Including face to face and electronically)

•             Understand the impact of bullying behaviour

•             Consider how to prevent bullying behaviour

•             Develop effective responses to bullying behaviour