10 Yr Old Boy Is BRUTALLY ATTACKED By Bullies
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Support organizational diversity and inclusion efforts. These groups facilitate open discussion of school and workplace issues for diverse employees and foster an environment that celebrates diversity and inclusion.
Diversity Aims / Ambitions
Our diversity and inclusion strategy is to create a diverse and inclusive community where we foster continuous education, flexible volunteering, and opportunities for everyone to grow and progress based on merit.
By living up to our values, we will create a diverse and inclusive educational system that:
- Helps us connect with our diverse school and community
- Encourages openness and values different perspectives
- Attracts, retains, develops and recognizes people, based on merit
Building a diverse and inclusive organization will help us achieve our No Bullying 2020 purpose and strategy, and support our aim to be the world.
No Bullying 2020 has partnered with a number of non-profit organizations to deliver programs that focus on Better Vision for Children, education, community anti-bullying, Suicide Prevention Education and a Safer School Environments. Through a mix of financial giving and employee volunteering, we proudly contribute to and work well with organizations that align with our goals.
Please visit the Sustainability section of our website for more information about our programs, and learn about our local community programs.
No Bullying 2020 supports educational programs for low-income, disadvantaged children, and young people. We focus on improving vision and preparing students to See Better… Learn Better… Live Better… Play Better… Work Better… and this costs.
No Bullying 2020 understands the importance of investing in children, but also in local communities. Through various community organizations, No Bullying 2020 helps provide affordable vision testing, offering support to local businesses and entrepreneurs and works to make neighborhoods safer and more vibrant. In addition, No Bullying 2020 connects volunteers and veterans directly with their communities through programs such as the RISE Program distributing Home Vision Test Kits.
For Health and Safety Professionals: Bullying Prevention and Intervention
Health and safety professionals and volunteers are disturbed about the physical and psychosocial harm experienced by many youths as a result of bullying by their peers. Bullying among children is aggressive behavior that is persistent, intentional and involves an imbalance of power or strength. Bullying can take many forms such as: hitting or punching (physical bullying); teasing or name-calling (verbal bullying); intimidation through gestures or social exclusion (nonverbal bullying or emotional bullying); and sending insulting messages by e-mail (cyberbullying). There is no one single cause of bullying among children. Rather, individual, family, peer, school, and community factors can place a young person at risk for bullying his or her peers.
EFFECTS OF BULLYING
Bullying can be a sign of other serious antisocial and/or violent behavior. Youth who frequently bully their peers are more likely than others to:
- Get into frequent fights
- Be injured in a fight
- Vandalize property
- Steal property
- Use illicit substances
- Be truant from school
- Drop out of school
Carry a weapon. Youth who are the targets of bullying behavior may exhibit signs of:
- Lower self-esteem
- Feelings of fear
- School phobia and absenteeism
- Nightmares and sleeplessness
- Depression and anxiety
- Thoughts of suicide Research that looks at the full range of bullying behaviors is finding that the incidence of bullying in the United States is widespread and its consequences more enduring than suspected. In a nationally representative survey of school children, nearly 30 percent reported moderate and more frequent involvement in having been bullied, in bullying or both within the school year (Nansel, et al, 2003). Whether they are perpetrators or targets of bullying, these children face difficulties adjusting to their environments, socially and emotionally.