To This Day Project - Shane Koyczan
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The Dalai Lama Center for Peace and Education is a charitable organization based in Vancouver, Canada that educates the heart and fosters compassion through creative learning, facilitating and applying research, and connecting people and ideas.
Bullying.org's purpose is to prevent bullying through education and awareness. It provides educational programs and resources to individuals, families, educational institutions and organizations. It makes online learning and educational resources available in order to help people deal effectively and positively with the act of bullying and its long-lasting negative consequences.
Be more than a bystander. Learn how you can confront bullying and teach others to do the same.
Kids Help Phone is a free, anonymous and confidential phone and on-line professional counselling service for youth. They are available to talk about big or small concerns, 365 days a year.
Bully Police USA is a watch-dog organization. It advocates for bullied children and reports on anti-bullying laws in the United States.
Much of bullying stems from a widely misunderstood sense of self and others (especially where sexual orientation is concerned). The Gay, Lesbian & Straight Education Network strives to assure that each member of every school community is valued and respected regardless of sexual orientation or gender identity/expression.
The Trevor Project is the leading national organization providing crisis intervention and suicide prevention services to lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and questioning youth.
The It Gets Better Project's mission is to communicate to lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender youth around the world that it gets better and to create and inspire the changes needed to make it better for them.
Face Bullying With Confidence, 8 Kidpower Skills We Can Use Right Away
How do you define bullying? Read the New York Times article which says, "One way to better identify real bullying is to listen to how teenagers themselves describe their interpersonal conflicts. Most teenagers can identify bullying, but they can also distinguish it from what they often call “drama,” which, the researchers Danah Boyd and Alice Marwick have shown, is an accurate and common name for the ordinary skirmishes that mark most children’s lives. In fact, it’s drama that’s common, and bullying, properly defined, that’s less so."
Sometimes, bullying stops when we all become just a little more open minded. Look what the Quebec government did with this incredible ad campaign. What about people with disabilities? Check out this website that links to articles and resources that could help you understand persons with disabilities. Here is another website with college and graduate school resources for students with disabilities. Don't forget about senior citizens! There's an entire day set aside to honor older persons -- see some ways you can interact and engage with people over 65 years old (give or take a few years) so that you understand more about them and what they need.
See Shane perform on the TED stage here.
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