To highlight, discuss and record the frequency, severity, and consequences of bullying on children and young people, and the effect it has on their parents or carers, peers, school and others and to raise the awareness of parliamentarians in order that effective legislation be enacted to reduce its occurrence.
1. Anti-bullying week 2018
13/11/2018 - Parliamentary Research
Found: PACK Number CDP-0243, 13 November 2018 Anti-bullying week By Rob Long Jennifer Brown Alexander Bellis
Found: programme for young people at risk, a youth-led anti-bullying ambassadors campaign and a prestigious award which
Bullying in England: April 2013 to March 2018 - GOV.UK
4. Sexual assault and bullying in Defra FOI2018/20746
03/04/2020 - Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs
- View source
Found: Sexual assault and bullying in Defra FOI2018/20746
Sexual assault and bullying in Defra.
April 2013 to March
on 10 to 15 year olds
1. Mental Health: Weight and Shape-related Bullying
22/07/2019 - Lords Chamber
1: persistent bullying are at a higher risk of developing mental health problems; exposure to bullying is also - Speech Link
2: Baroness is right that children exposed to persistent bullying risk experiencing these problems. This is related - Speech Link
3: As I have already pointed out, DfE-funded anti-bullying work is ongoing. Work is also increasing to join - Speech Link
2. NHS: Bullying
05/06/2019 - Lords Chamber
1: tackle bullying. Some 28.3% of staff responding to the 2018 NHS staff survey experienced bullying from - Speech Link
2: really appalling that 28% of them experienced bullying and harassment in the last year alone, as she - Speech Link
3: ensure that bullying, wherever it comes from, is reported. It is just as unacceptable that bullying should - Speech Link
3. Anti-bullying Week
15/11/2018 - Westminster Hall
1: move,That this House has considered anti-bullying week 2018.It is a pleasure to serve under - Speech Link
4. National Health Service: Bullying
03/07/2019 - Lords Chamber
1: what assessment they have made of the level of bullying, harassment and abuse in the National Health Service - Speech Link
2: the NHS staff survey shows that the level of bullying, harassment and abuse in the NHS is too high, - Speech Link
3: over 25% of NHS staff had personally experienced bullying from fellow employees in the previous 12 months - Speech Link
5. Home Secretary: Allegations of Bullying
02/11/2020 - Lords Chamber
1: Ministerial Code is clear that“harassing, bullying or other inappropriate or discriminating behaviour - Speech Link
2: the foreword he wrote:“There must be no bullying and no harassment. The precious principles of - Speech Link
3: the Cabinet Secretary said about the process. On bullying, I underline again what I said earlier. The Civil - Speech Link
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