STOP A BULLY is a national non-profit organization and Canada-wide anti-bullying program developed in 2009 by a B.C. teacher which allows any student who is a victim or witness of bullying and cyberbullying to be able to safely report the details to school officials. The Stop A Bully program helps increase bullying awareness & accountability within schools to allow officials to be more proactive in preventing serious incidents of bullying. Stop A Bully provides schools with critical information to be proactive in assisting all students who are witness, target and perpetrator of school bullying. Stop A Bully provides assistance to any student in any school in Canada.
STOP A BULLY strives to promote and enhance social wellness among youth by empowering them to address bullying. STOP A BULLY is committed to providing any student, parent or educator opportunity to report bullying and cyberbullying in a safe and anonymous manner by giving them an effective online reporting system. STOP A BULLY aims to enhance and foster a schools ability to address bullying incidents in a proactive and timely manner by providing detailed reports of bullying incidents, as well as education and prevention strategies.
STOP A BULLY Timeline
|2009 (May 7)||School bullying incident initiates a B.C. teacher to create Stop A Bully and launches four days later.|
|2011 (Aug 15)||Stop A Bully is registered as a national non-profit organization with full Board of Directors.|
|2012 (Feb)||Stop A Bully is listed in one of the recommendations to the government in the major Nova Scotia Cyberbullying Report.|
|2012 (Apr 30)||Stop A Bully testifies at the Senate Committee of Human Rights for the Federal Government Cyberbullying Report.|
|2012 (Sept 18)||Stop A Bully receives Letter of Support from Senator Harb|
|2012 (Sept)||NHK Japan TV travels to schools in Quebec and British Columbia to film a documentary on successes of Stop A Bully.|
|2012 (Oct)||Founding teacher of Stop A Bully receives the Prime Minister's Teaching Award|
|2012 (Oct 30)||Senator Nancy Greene Raine stands to speak of Stop A Bully in the Canadian Senate|
|2012 (Nov 5)||Press Release: New custom reporting software to handle growth of Stop A Bully|
|2012 (Dec)||Stop A Bully receives its first sponsor of Anbrook Industries|
|2013 (Feb)||Press Release: CN Sponsorship|
|2013 (Feb)||Press Release: CIBC Sponsorship|
|*2013 (Sept)||Stop A Bully will officially launch our national PINK WRIST Campaign|
STOP A BULLY Member Schools across Canada
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STOP A BULLY Anti-Bullying Pink Wristbands Distributed
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No student can be helped (witness, target or perpetrator) until the school has the information. Student Safety must be the TOP PRIORITY.
Stop A Bully program details:
- Provides schools/students with a safe & anonymous Bullying Reporting System
- Increases bullying awareness & accountability within the school
- Allows schools to be proactive in addressing bullying before more serious incidents occur
- Empowers students to become active participants in reducing bullying in their schools
- Provides schools with anti-bullying materials (posters, front door decal, cards & more)
- Available for any Canadian student when they need to report severe school bullying
Stop A Bully is developed and funded by a B.C. teacher and needs sponsors to continue growing.