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BMRB: Survey finds one in three bullied outside school PDF Print E-mail
Written by BMRB   
25 Feb 2008

The Anti-Bullying Alliance releases the results of its annual poll of children and young people today to mark the start of Anti-Bullying Week 2007.

The 2007 Anti-Bullying Week campaign focuses on ‘bullying in the community’ with the message ‘safer together, safer wherever’, to remind us that we all have a role to play in keeping children and young people safe wherever they are.

This year’s poll shows that 35% of a sample of 7-18 year olds say that they have been bullied outside of school. The survey carried out by BMRB for the ABA with 1,078 7-18 year olds in England, found that the most likely places for children and young people to experience bullying outside school were on the street (16%), on the way to and from school, and in the park (12%).

Click to read press realease from the Anti-Bullying Alliance website or alternatively see article at original source.

BBC coverage

Author   Anti-Bullying Alliance
Publication   Press Release
Date   15/11/2007
BMRB Contact   Anna Tombs

Last Updated ( 25 Feb 2008 )
 
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