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In recognition of National Bullying Awareness Week, HRP has put together resources to help recognize the signs of bullying  

Need help to manage bullying? In recognition of National Bullying Awareness Week, we’ve pulled together the following resources to help you recognize the signs of bullying and to take action:

– A wealth of resources including the signs, dangers, facts and tips to manage bullying via the Promoting Relationships & Eliminating Violence Network: http://www.prevnet.ca/bullying
– Reference guide for parents & guardians produced by the Nova Scotia Department of Education and Early Childhood Development: http://antibullying.novascotia.ca/sites/default/files/HowToPreventBullying_en.pdf
– Online safety for girls developed by the Atlantic Ministers Responsible for the Status of Women in Canada: http://www.cybersafegirl.ca/index.php3?lang=E
– Bullying and harassment prevention from the Canadian Red Cross: http://www.redcross.ca/how-we-help/violence–bullying-and-abuse-prevention/educators/bullying-and-harassment-prevention/facts-on-bullying-and-harassment
– Halifax Regional Police tips to help identify and manage bullying: https://www.halifax.ca/fire-police/police/programs-services/bullying

And don’t forget we offer support and advice to address bullying through our Bully Hotline. The team is available 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday to Friday.

After hours and on weekends, please leave a message and a team member will get back to you the next business day.
Call or text: 902-490-7283. Email: bullyhotline@halifax.ca

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Source: Media Release

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