STOP CYBER BULLYING
As many countries around the world launch stop cyber-bullying campaigns, a school (HCPS) in the US, and hundreds of readers of We Young (Vi Unge) magazine in Denmark create these STOP BULLYING (‘STOP MOBNING’ in Danish) live images. (Source of the first image unknown, accompanying this article about the Swiss national ‘Stop Cyber-Mobbing’ campaign.)
According to a 2011 World Health Organization study on internet safety, 13.6 per cent of teens worldwide have experienced cyber-bullying. A study in the same year by the British Government put that figure as high as 38% and report that girls are twice as likely to experience persistent cyberbullying than boys.
Childline give advice on how to deal with cyber bullying.