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Bullying Bye-Bye

Bullying Bye-Bye

Overview

On the International Day Against Hate Speech in 2023, two organisations - UNICEF and the Telekom Foundation for Macedonia - launched a new social media campaign against cyberbullying and online hate speech that was co-created with young people.

Under the slogan “Bullying Bye-Bye” the campaign includes over 20 social media videos. Some include messages such as “Words carry weight so choose them carefully” to shed light on the harmful effects of cyberbullying. Others have messages calling on young people themselves not to be bystanders and to offer support if they witness cyberbullying.

Social Issue: Health & Wellbeing, Crime and Safety
Resource type: Case Study
Resource Owner: External Organisation
Subject(s): Citizenship & PSHE, English, ICT & Digital Technology
Owner: External Org

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