Not long ago, bullying was viewed as a normal part of childhood’s formative experiences. Over the past 50 years, since the pioneering work of Dan Olweus (1970), bullying started to be recognized as a complex public health matter and a social problem. Solid evidence has accumulated about the impact of bullying victimization on children’s and adolescents’ (hereby youth) mental health and well-being.
Cyberbullying among adolescents in Turkey: the relationship between coping strategies and cyberbullying perpetration
Paper from the CAMH journal 2023 Special Issue – “Cyberbullying is becoming a global threat with the ease of access to the internet”. Eyüp Sabır Erbiçer et al.Read more
Presentations by Dr. Verity Jones, Associate Professor, University of the West of England, Bristol, and Sharon Mangoma MCCT, followed by a discussion with panelists Harriet Gill, Managing Director of Education and Wellbeing, Coram Life Education, and Jenny Barksfield, Deputy CEO and Director of Education, PSHE Association.Read more