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  • NI2CI - Community Bullying Prevention
    1 2 3 4 5 PAUSE Administered by Haldimand Norfolk REACH Help now and for the future Real stories from Haldimand and Norfolk Youth What to do when Haldimand Norfolk Youth Advisory Committee Keep updated with current News and Events H N Child Youth Crisis Services 1 866 327 3224 Six Nations CFS Mobile Crisis 1 866 445 2204 Kids Help Phone 1 800 668 6868 Subscribe to our Newsletter

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  • NI2CI - Community Bullying Prevention
    promote safety inclusion and diversity Areas of focus include Awareness We strive to bring awareness to the seriousness of bullying We are working to make the places and factors sustaining bullying more visible Awareness is taken up through multi media initiatives and various community wide projects These projects have included Youth Festivals Newspaper Inserts Climate Surveys Education We are committed to disseminating the most relevant information and research related to the effects of bullying and pathways to bullying prevention Through education our communities continue to grow healthier Community Engagement We continue to mobilize the community and partner organizations to take coordinated bullying prevention steps and to participate in community networks forums and festivals This project is founded on partnerships that help get things done through working together Youth Movement We want to build a foundation from which youth can take the lead as valued partners in addressing bullying and it s effects Support is available for bullying prevention projects and initiatives Art Effects We believe art provides an outlet and speaks in any language By providing creative ways to share experiences and prevention friendly messages through art the message will endure Bullying is to us We NI2CI support a modified definition of bullying proposed by Prevnet For their definition visit their web page by clicking here Bullying is a relationship problem that requires relationship solutions The use of bullying is a form of abuse at the hands of peers that can take different forms at different ages Bullying is defined as repeated aggression in which there is an imbalance of power between the child who uses bullying and the child who experiences bullying Juvonen Graham 2001 Olweus 1991 Pepler Craig 2000 Through our Prevnet s research they understand bullying as a disrespectful relationship problem Children who use bullying are learning

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  • NI2CI - Community Bullying Prevention
    use the following to help you Walk in Counselling Clinic every Tuesday in Townsend free Call the Child and Youth Crisis Service1 866 327 3224 24 7 Six Nations Child Family Mobile Crisis Service 24 7 Stop Abuse in Relationships STAR Program Haldimand Norfolk Health Unit H N Child Youth Crisis Services 1 866 327 3224 Six Nations CFS Mobile Crisis 1 866 445 2204 Kids Help Phone 1 800

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  • NI2CI - Community Bullying Prevention
    with the NI2CI Community Bullying Prevention Initiative children s author Deborah Ellis asked students from the ages of nine to nineteen to talk about their experiences with bullying The results are thoughtful candid and often harrowing accounts of business as usual in and around today s schools The kids in this book raise questions about the way parents teachers and school administrators cope with bullies They talk about which methods have helped and which ones with the best of intentions have failed to protect them And some kids reveal how they have been able to overcome their fear and anger to become strong advocates for the rights of others This is a book for reading and sharing Each interview is followed by questions that will encourage open discussion about the nature of bullying and the ways in which individuals and schools could deal more effectively with bullies and their victims And additional comments from international students reveal how much kids the world over have in common in the way they experience and deal with bullies These kids have something to say It s time we listened I probably wouldn t have picked on the loser kids if I d known

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  • NI2CI - Community Bullying Prevention
    first step Step In What to do when you see someone experiencing bullying Standing Up What to do when you are experiencing bullying Cyber Bullying The reach of bullying into your own home My own bullying prevention plan Create your own bullying prevention plan Name Size Last Mod Cyber bullying pdf 608 Kb 2011 04 26 I cannot take it pdf 624 Kb 2011 04 26 My own anti bullying

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  • NI2CI - Community Bullying Prevention
    voices heard and to have their thoughts solicited and taken into account on matters that affect them Following these same beliefs NI2CI has started a Youth Advisory Commtitee for youth from Haldimand and Norfolk to join together and help make a difference in their communities schools and homes What We Do The youth meet regularly to explore the issues surrounding bullying and create ideas to prevent it from happening to begin with We use a variety of tools to explore such issues including art music videos and comics We are active in our communities through presentations to community groups to schools to service partners parades bulletin boards local fairs newspaper articles and radio interviews Whatever it takes to get our message out How do I get involved Our group meets on a regular basis in Haldimand Norfolk REACH s Boardroom in Townsend A light supper is provided and the meetings are held generally on Thursday evenings from 5 7 pm Volunteer drivers are provided for youth who need a ride It s never too late to join our group If you re interested in becoming part of the solution please contact Jennifer Schooley Community Coordinator jschooley hnreach on ca or

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  • NI2CI - Community Bullying Prevention
    towns so some of their issues may be very similar Our Youth Advisory Committee are a dedicated group of youth that know how to ask the tough questions to those groups of schools Questions like What are the issues Where is it happening and What can you be doign about it are asked at our Youth Engagment Events The learning is pulled out of the students and our Youth Advisory members can relate with stories and encourage with praise For more information about how our Youth Engagment Events went please follow this link to learn more Dunnville Chronicle Article about April 2012 Youth Engagement Event WE WILL MAKE A DIFFERENCE BY As we tour around our communities we are collecting the thoughts of our youth and adult allies We have asked that everyone sign a pledge telling us how they will make a difference in their homes schools communities when it comes to bullying Here are just a few examples of what has been said I will make a difference by Listening to others Being true to myself Leading by example Being kind Telling an adult Sharing my stories We have had some wonderful inspirational pledges from our teachers as well NI2CI ON PARADE Making a difference and educating our public is something our Youth Advisory Committee is aiming to do By talking at meetings presenting at schools setting up at fairs and walking in parades we are hoping to spread the message that Bullying is a Community Issue and that together we can free our communities of bullying CELEBRATE THE UNITED NATION S INTERNATIONAL PEACE DAY WITH NI2CI Join us as we celebrate the UN s International Peace Day with a film screening of the award winning documentary The Day After Peace on Wednesday September 21st 7 pm at the Simcoe Composite School gym The film from Jeremy Gilley founder of peaceoneday org follows his work towards a globally observed day of cease fire and non violence The film is a moving testament to the power of the individual and the perserverance of the human spirit The Day of Peace has been created by every member state of the United Nations The UN International Day of Peace resolution invites us as individuals to act on that day to help create peace in the world not only peace between nations but peace and non violence in our homes communities and schools For more information on Peace Day please visit www peaceoneday org NORFOLK COUNTY FAIR APPEARANCE We ll be setting up shop at the Norfolk County Fair Come visit our interactive booth in the Curling Building during the Fair October 4 10 2011 and talk to our of our Youth Advisory members play an interactive game and leave your own messages about bullying prevention Follow this link to find out more about the Norfolk County Fair THE NEW WEBSITE Friendly easy to use current respectful and meaningful to Haldimand and Norfolk youth What more could you want from a website

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  • NI2CI - Community Bullying Prevention
    become educated about what bullying is the different kinds where it happens who it s happening to become involved in the situation by knowing the situation exists work together on preventing bullying in our schools our homes and our communities discuss bullying with those around you asking questions and finding out how you can help know it happens all around us in our schools our homes our playgrounds our workplaces our buses our cars our communities STAY TUNED Please visit us soon for a list of ideas you can do at home in your schools and in our communities to promote awareness VIDEOS In our experiences videos are a powerful way to inspire action These videos were created by our Youth Advisory Committee and are used to illustrate what bullying prevention is to them and what they re doing about it http youtu be Bp7 b6raVo http youtu be 2vITT VJr88 Feel free to view these videos or share them with others and ask yourselves these questions What does bullying prevention mean to me What can I be doing to help prevent bullying in my school home and community H N Child Youth Crisis Services 1 866 327 3224 Six

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