Briefing by CHILDREN 1st on cyber bullying
Date: 24th January 2013
Category: Education, Leisure and Cultural Activities
Author: CHILDREN 1ST
CHILDREN 1st have released a briefing on cyber bullying prior to the Cross-Party Group conference which will focus on this issue tomorrow.
By listening to children and young people in CHILDREN 1ST services, the briefing reports that that cyber bullying can be a devastating experience. It can spread rapidly and uncontrollably and can feel inescapable to those who experience it as it can happen at home, which should be a place where children and young people feel safe.
One of the key issues in relation to cyber bullying is that it follows children wherever they are.