Watchdog Creative doesn’t exist in a vacuum. We’re part of a worldwide movement to promote personal safety and put an end to bullying and harassment. If you’re facing these troubles or want to learn more about them to help out someone else, here are some of the amazing resources out there that you can also turn to:
Bullying Recovery helps those suffering from the long-term effects of bullying to get help. They provide links to media, materials and support while founder and author Alan Eisenberg travels and speaks to all age groups about the issues of bullying, the damage that bullying does, his recovery from C-PTSD he suffered because of bullying.
StopBullying.gov aggregates information on bullying from different U.S. government agencies to help define and understand bullying, identify those at risk from bullying, ways to respond to bullying, and how to prevent it.
Anti-Bullying Pro is a UK-Based program aimed at reducing bullying in schools through efforts such as Anti-Bullying Ambassadors, which has trained over 22,000 young people across the UK to lead anti-bullying campaigns in their schools.
A national network of partners and local affiliates, America’s Promise Alliance focuses on keeping what they’ve identified as the Five Promises to young people in America that form the conditions they need to achieve adult success: Caring Adults, Safe Surroundings, A Healthy Start, Effective Education, and Opportunities to Help Others.
The Cyberbullying Research Center is the leading U.S. research center on causes, solutions and statistics on cyberbullying, dedicated to providing up-to-date information about the nature, extent, causes, and consequences of use and misuse of technology among adolescents.
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