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Pumpic Proud to Join Anti-Bullying Week 2016 Initiative

November 11, 2016
Anti-Bullying Week

Pumpic is proud to join the Anti-Bullying Week social media campaign as part of Anti-Bullying Alliance initiative. The event will be originally held in England on November 14th-18th, 2016.

This year’s leitmotif is using people’s Power for Good – to encourage all children, teachers and parents to take action against bullying in all of its aspects. The fewer kids will be intentionally and continuously hurt by their coevals’ words or actions, the happier everyone’s life would be.

Bullying among children nowadays is a deep problem – it affects around half of the kids. However, this issue is greatly underestimated by many parents and teachers. The root cause here is that only 1 in 10 of victimized kids tells adults about it. Hence, together with the leading anti-bullying organizations, we crave to take this occasion to uncover support children who face bullying-related issues and create a better, safer world where kids thrive.



During the Anti-Bullying Week, we will publish the information and materials regarding bullying to use our Power for Good:

  • Reveal the causes of bullying;
  • Help parents recognize the signs of bullying;
  • Explore the ways to prevent bullying;
  • Unveil the best practices to deal with bullying.

Follow our Anti-Bullying Week posts on Facebook, Twitter, Google+, and Pinterest. Join the anti-bullying initiative on social media using hashtags #antibullyingweek and #powerforgood. Engage your kids by discussing the issue with them, too. The collective action is one of the best ways to stop bullying and make the world a much better place for our children to live in!

Read now:

The Complete Parents’ Guide to Psychology of Bullying

Top 10 Celebrities Who Were Bullied As Children

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