Additional resources to end bullying

No Bully collaborates with other organizations that share our goal of making school bully-free.

TAKE THE POWER OUT OF BULLYING

Bystander Revolution

http://www.bystanderrevolution.org/

Bystander Revolution inspires individuals to take the power out of bullying with simple acts of kindness, courage, and inclusion. Its website features hundreds of unscripted videos on a wide variety of bullying topics, each focused on simple but powerful actions individuals can take to help.

The Science Behind No Bully

Greater Good Science Center

http://greatergood.berkeley.edu

Current research in social science is busting the myth that we are born selfish. Infants in their first year demonstrate the capacity for empathy and humans are happiest throughout the life cycle when engaging in altruism and co-operation. No Bully draws upon the inherent empathy of students to create bully-free schools. Learn more about the science behind our program at the Greater Good Science Center.

The Empathic Civilisation

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l7AWnfFRc7g

Check out Jeremy Rifkin’s video on the evolution of empathy and how our survival as a species depends upon building an empathic civilization—starting at school.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l7AWnfFRc7g

Take the Bullying out of Sports

Positive Coaching Alliance

http://www.positivecoach.org

The messages students receive from sports coaches and PE instructors significantly influence their interactions throughout the school day. Positive Coaching Alliance is a national non-profit transforming youth sports to provide a positive, character-building sports experience for all youth and high school athletes.

Take the Bullying out of Girls

One Circle Foundation

http://www.onecirclefoundation.org/

Bullying among girls tends to take the form of relational bullying. Middle class girls in particular tend to respond to conflict with avoidant and passive-aggressive behaviors, while maintaining a façade of niceness. Schools are being proactive in preventing relational bullying by investing in One Circle Foundation. Groups of 6-8 girls meet with a facilitator over eight or more weeks to share experiences and develop leadership skills to address friendship, competition, relationships, conflict, differences and power in healthy ways.

Get a Free Anti-Bullying Curriculum

Eyes on Bullying

http://www.eyesonbullying.org

Curriculum by itself will not make your school bully-free. However, a grade-by-grade curriculum in partnership with the No Bully System can support significant increases in student empathy and reductions in bullying and intolerance for diversity. Eyes on Bullying has created a free anti-bullying toolkit for use by adults with children and youth in homes, childcare centers, afterschool and youth programs, and camps.

Train Your Students to Be Wise Digital Citizens

Common Sense Media

http://www.commonsensemedia.org/educators

Common Sense Media is dedicated to providing educators comprehensive and free resources to teach young people how to think critically, behave safely, and participate responsibly in our ever-changing media world. Check out their engaging and research-based K-12 Digital Literacy and Citizenship Curriculum.

Bring the arts and movement to your school

Move This World 

http://movethisworld.org/

Move This World builds capacity for educators and school leaders to address the emotional wellbeing of themselves and their students in order to foster safe and supported learning environments. Using creative practices, Move This World trains educators to strengthen the emotional wellbeing of school communities. Our trainings and programmatic support provide a safe environment for healthy self-expression, allowing students to re-direct their energy into creativity instead of violence and teachers to actively shape their school culture. By partnering with Move This World, schools decrease suspensions and incident reports, increase attendance, improve educator morale and retention, and provide students with the necessary skills to succeed in college and the workplace.