United Nations Visit 2015

Media Release - Clemson Staff Member addresses UN Meeting on Bullying -- "Protecting Children from Bullying"

"Bullying in US Schools: 2014 Status Report"

Our annual report, published in October 2015, presents recent data on elementary, middle, and high school students' experiences with and attitudes about bullying during the 2013-2014 school year.

The World's Largest Anti-Bullying Rally! Join us on May 1, 2015

The Million T-Shirt March Against Bullying
The time for change is now! Let's put an end to bullying!

The Million T-Shirt March is more than just a powerful statement against the growing issue of bullying within our schools, homes and communities. This is the largest and most ambitious anti-bullying rally ever attempted, and you don't need to leave your school to participate.

Unfortunately school budgets are often stretched to the limit. Without their community's support, our educators simply don't have the financial resources to fight back against a problem that impacts their students’ health and ability to learn.

The Million T-Shirt March has been designed to allow your school to raise funds for your own anti-bullying program, whether you use the Olweus Bullying Prevention Program or not. In raising awareness about bullying, your groups also raise funds for much needed programs through the sales of t-shirts – which are worn by everyone taking part in the rally on May 1st. All monies retained over $7.00 goes directly to your school or organization for the development of your anti-bullying program.

(Learn more about how it all works...)

Although it is a national event, it really becomes a local event with your participation, and it is a fun way to get students involved in the discussions of bullying behavior and its consequences.

Please join the next march on May 1, 2015!

Kids and Bullying: 5 Things to Talk About

At our core, we all want to feel valuable to someone else. Bullying threatens to undo this fundamental human desire, distorting our own sense of value until we question our worth and potential, being slowly ground to the dust of perceived powerlessness. Read more here.