Protecting children's rights by preventing bullying
Everyone has the right to feel safe, to be treated fairly and with respect. Bullying, as a form of violence that is especially prevalent among children and adolescents, can rob them of these rights.
EDRi (European Digital Rights) has recently published a booklet ‘Your guide to Digital Defenders vs. Data Intruders - Privacy for kids!', to help young people between 10-14 years to protect their privacy.
- BIK team
Celebrated once a year in November in England, Anti-Bullying Week is the time to get involved and take a stand against bullying in all its forms, and raise awareness in schools and organisations. Not only can bullying affect children through behavioral changes and long-lasting psychological damage, the whole family can also suffer from a child being harassed.