Bullying prevention events

Join in events across Alberta and the world that promote awareness about bullying.

Show Answer Bullying Awareness Week (BAW) | Nov 13 to 19, 2016

This annual event promotes bullying awareness and positivity. Let’s work together to create a civil society built on healthy and respectful relationships. This year’s theme is “Reach Out, Speak Out”. We are encouraging Albertans to promote healthy relationships by reaching out to others and prevent bullying by speaking out when they see it happening.

Events to support National Bullying Awareness Week will be taking place across the province.

We will post information on events as it becomes available, keep checking for updates.

If you have an event you would like to be posted, please email: HS.familyandcommunitysafety@gov.ab.ca

Show Answer Safer Internet Day | Feb 7, 2017

Every February, people from around the world join forces for ‘Safer Internet Day’ to promote the safe and responsible use of online technology and mobile phones, especially among children and youth.

Check out our resources to help protect you and your family.

Tools for Adults – Know more than your kids!

ALERT’s Internet Child Exploitation (ICE) teams investigate the online sexual exploitation of children. Through public education they teach people how to safely navigate the Internet and protect youth from sexual predators.

Resources for Youth

  • Badguypatrol: an interactive site for 5 to 10 year olds, teaching critical Internet safety skills through fun games
  • S-Teamheroes: an interactive, online game that shows kids how to deal with bullies

General Internet Safety Sites

Show Answer Random Acts of Kindness Day | Feb 17, 2017

Each year, people across the world celebrate caring and kindness during Random Acts of Kindness (RAK) Week.

Facts and statistics about bullying in Alberta (infographic)

Learn how to get involved at www.safeandcaring.ca

Show Answer Pink Shirt Day | Feb 22, 2017

Wear pink on February 22 to show your support to end bullying and promote healthy relationships.

Bullying is a problem in our schools, workplaces, homes, and on the internet. The pain of being picked on, excluded, shamed, assaulted, or gossiped about – is unacceptable.

Bullying Infographic

Get involved

Being part of Pink Shirt Day is easy. Wear your pink shirt, and share it with Albertans by tweeting a photo using the #StandUp and #PinkShirtDay hashtag.

Modified: 2016-10-06
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