Anti-Bullying week starts on Monday 12 November and we on The Student Room are taking this opportunity to emphasise our commitment to tackling bullying. The TSR community have gathered together to bring discussions around bullying out into the open and help stamp down on bullying. Will you join them?
Anti-Bullying Week 2018
Ditch the Label
Liam Hackett, CEO of anti-bullying charity Ditch the Label, addresses questions put forward by the TSR community around bullying for Anti-Bullying Week.
Talk about bullying
What to do if you or someone else is being bullied
Ever seen someone being bullied and not been sure what to do about it?
Read our Anti-Bullying Week article for advice »
Sexting and Cyberbullying: Everything you need to know!
With the rise of technology new forms of bullying have come into play.
Learn about sexting and cyberbullying »
Share your experiences
We have all experienced bullying in one way or another, talk about your experience to find a solution together.
Tell your story here »
I'm supporting Anti-bullying week...AMA!
Ask your questions about bullying to see what the rest of the community have to say!
Ask anything here»
Where do you draw the line between banter and bullying?
When does playful teasing turn into hurtful bullying?
Discuss your thoughts »
Have you ever been bullied at work?
One member talks about her experience of bullying at work.
Offer some advice »
Being blackmailed by a partner
Bullying can take many forms and sending threats can be classed as emotional blackmail.
Help overcome bullying »
Feeling excluded due to epilepsy
One member speaks out about the studying environment for those with epilepsy.
Speak up and support here »
What are the reasons behind bullying?
The community discuss the most common reasons why people are bullied.
Join the debate to share your opinion »
How can you cope with bullying?
Our members discuss the best ways to cope with bullying
Voice your tips here »
Would more education around bullying help prevent it?
Join the community to debate whether teaching around bullying in school could be a deterrent.
Get involved here »