Anti-Bullying Alliance

Established in 2002, the Anti-Bullying Alliance is a unique coalition of organisations and individuals who come together to unite against bullying. Membership consists of large scale children’s charities to smaller local anti-bullying organisations.

Our work is underpinned by evidence, a rights-based approach and the expressed needs of children and young people.

We endeavour to achieve three main objectives:
  • Practice improvement: upskilling the children’s workforce to improve the ways they prevent and respond to bullying both face to face and online.
  • Campaigning: raising awareness and encouraging behaviour change relating to bulling. We coordinate Anti-Bullying Week each year, which takes place in 80% of schools in the UK.
  • Policy enhancement: We work with local and national government to develop and improve policy. For example, we supported the development of the Department for Education anti-bullying guidance.

The Anti-Bullying Alliance works closely with its members to reach consensus and Government and high profile stakeholders including online industry to focus on better and more evidence based approaches to addressing bullying online.

The Anti-Bullying Alliance is part of the National Children’s Bureau (NCB), a leading charity driving change across society so all children grow up safe, secure and supported. Anti-Bullying Alliance staff are experts in their field and are employees of National Children’s Bureau.

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