respectme launch stage three of the #ChooseRespect Campaign

Date: 17th April 2019
Category: Mental health, Equal protection from violence, Freedom of thought, conscience and religion, Bullying, Non-discrimination, Respect for the views of the child, Best interests of the child, Right to life, survival and development, Refugee , migrant and asylum-seeking children


respectme have launched stage three of the Choose Respect anti-bullying campaign which focuses on the theme of ‘Building Empathy’.

For this stage respectme has collaborated with the University of Strathclyde to highlight the impact of Brexit on children and young people from a migrant background. respectme has also linked up with the University of West of Scotland to draw on resources created as part of the current study on prejudice-based bullying.

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