World Anti-Bullying Forum

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World Anti-Bullying Forum 2019

UNESCO Cyberbulling Panel: What role for schools in preventing and addressing cyberbullying: a review of challenges and effective interventions 

James O’Higgins Norman, Janice Richardson, Anita Low-Lim, Ciarán Conlon, Mairéad Foody, Robert SlonjeCo-organized by UNESCO and ABC/the UNESCO Chair.

Panel session: What are anti-bullying organizations doing to decrease bullying? Learnings from the past and joint vision forward 

Katie Wilmore – The Diana Award, Natasha Pearce – Friendly schools, Jan Urbanski – OBPP, Christina Salmivalli – Kiva, Frida Warg – Friends.

Workshop: Using Mediation Skills in the Classroom

Jason Horseman, Hazel Burrowes, Anne Doyle, Gary LevinsSponsored by Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (CIArb) 

Keynote Panel: Where is the bullying research program going and where should it be going? 

Christian Berger, Kevin Kumashiro, Susan Swearer, Dorte Marie Søndergaard, Michael Kyobe Shoko Yoneyama, René Veenstra, Eva Romera, Christina Salmivalli, Shelley Hymel and chair Peter Smith. 

Keynote sessionBullying through the lens of morality and peer group dynamics.

Christina Salmivalli and Shelley Hymel.

Keynote Session: Bullying in schools and online: research approaches from Europe and Africa

Dorte Marie Søndergaard and Micheal Kobe.

Special session: UNICEF Deputy Executive Director, Partnerships

Charlotte Petri Gornitzka.

Special session: European Parliament Coordinator for Children’s Rights

Anna Maria Corazza Bildt.

Webinarium 2019: How Hate Speech Complicates Our Understanding of Bullying

Kevin Kumashiro

Webinarium 2019: The Role of Psychological Safety for Counteracting Bullying 

Christian Berger.

Webinarium 2019: Bullying, Empathy, and Multiple Intelligences

Susan Swearer.

Webinarium 2019 – Cross National Differences in Bullying 

Peter K Smith.

World Anti-Bullying Forum 2017

Sameer Hinduja on Cyber-Bullying at WABF 2017

Keynote presentation by Sameer Hinduja, Ph.D., Florida Atlantic University, at the World Anti-Bullying Forum 2017 in Stockholm.

Patti Agatston on Social Media, Online Cruelty and Cyberbullying at WABF 2017

Keynote presentation by Patti Agatson, Ph.D., President of the International Bullying Prevention Association and co-author of Cyberbullying: Bullying in the Digital Age, at the World Anti-Bullying Forum in Stockholm, May 2017.

Donna Cross on Bullying Amongst Children in our Digital Society at WABF 2017

Keynote presentation by Donna Cross, Professor at the University of Western Australia and the Telethon Kids Institute, at the World Anti-Bullying Forum 2017 in Stockholm.

Dorothy Espelage on Social-Emotional Learning & School Climate Improvement at WABF 2017

Keynote presentation by Dorothy L. Espelage, Professor of Psychology at the University of Florida at World Anti-Bullying Forum. Full name of the presentation: Research Informed Bullying Prevention: Social-Emotional Learning & School Climate Improvement Approaches.

Jun Sung Hong on Homophopic Bullying at WABF 2017

Keynote presentation by Jun Sung Hong, Assistant Professor at Wayne State University School of Social Work and Adjunct Assistant Professor at Sungkyunkwan University in Seoul, South Korea.e, at the World Anti-Bullying Forum 2017 in Stockholm.

How to Reduce Bullying – Donna Cross at WABF 2017

Donna Cross, Professor at the University of Western Australia and the Telethon Kids Institute, gives advice on how to reduce bullying, at the World Anti-Bullying Forum 2017 in Stockholm.

Dorothy Espelage Says No to Peer Mediation – WABF 2017

Dorothy L. Espelage, Ph.D., is Professor of Psychology at the University of Florida. Here she gives advice on how to prevent bullying in schools and emphasizes that peer mediation should not be used in a bullying situation, where one person has more power than the other.

The Importance of Belongingness – Sameer Hinduja at WABF 2017

Dr. Sameer Hinduja is a Professor in the School of Criminology and Criminal Justice at Florida Atlantic University and Co-Director of the Cyberbullying Research Center. Here he explains breifly one of the most important things for schools to work towards in their anti-bullying work – belongingness.

Teach Empathy and Social Skills – Patricia Agatston at WABF 2017

Patti Agatson, Ph.D., is President of the International Bullying Prevention Association and shared some of her knowledge on preventing bullying with us at the World Anti-Bullying Forum in Stockholm, May 2017.