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was founded in 1884 with the aim to end cruelty to children in the UK.
They have many programmes, including information and helplines to combat bullying and cyberbullying.
Find out more on the NSPCC website.
According to the European Commission, Cyberbullying is repeated verbal or psychological harassment carried out by an individual or group against others. It can take many forms: mockery, insults, threats, rumours, gossip, “happy slapping”, disagreeable comments or slander. Interactive online services (e-mail, chat rooms, instant messaging) and mobile phones have given bullies new opportunities and ways in which they can abuse their victims.
The DELETE CYBERBULLYING Project is a European Awareness Raising Campaign on Cyberbullying
Under the Daphne III Programme (Duration: 1st February 2013-end June 2014), which offers many usefull links, tools, tips and legal information about the subject.
Find out more on their website: http://deletecyberbullying.eu/resources/
The webportal about differents types of discrimination that British citizens could meet in their daily life, There are also information about actions that individuals should to take in order to fight against discriminatory attitude,