Stop Cyberbullying Day 2015
You might not know it, but this group is twinned with leading Cyberbullying charity Cybersmile.
Over a year ago now, I was invited to write this article, with contributions from many RT Community members and from our lovely manager Caleb too. We showed the world that we won't stand for Cyberbullying here!
THIS FRIDAY 19TH is Stop Cyberbullying Day 2015. Here's the info from Cybersmile:
GLOBAL DAY OF UNITY & POSITIVITY
Stop Cyberbullying Day is an annual day where everybody can get involved and make a difference both on and off-line. We are asking everybody who cares about cyberbullying and online hate campaigns to join our growing movement for action against online bullying and to help us create a much safer more enjoyable environment for our future.
On Friday 19th June 2015 we will be celebrating our 3rd year of Stop Cyberbullying Day by sending out a clear message to the online community and even further afield! Through schools, communities, groups and work environments around the world, we will show that the internet can be a fantastic place when used for positive action. Woo! #POSITIVITY
You can get involved with SCD 2015 in many ways depending on how much time you would like to give. Ways to help range from helping us to promote the day through social media, right through to organising fundraising events to be an integral part of our efforts. Everything you need is in our Stop Cyberbullying Day Information Pack.
STOP CYBERBULLYING DAY 2014 – TRENDED WORLDWIDE ON TWITTER!
A huge thank you to everybody who got involved with SCD 2014 and made it the global success that it was. With millions of people involved around the world, trending #STOPCYBERBULLYINGDAY on Twitter really was a fantastic finish to a dream first year! Please join us on Friday June 19th 2015 to spread positivity online and show the world how great the internet can be when used for positive action!
Please get involved! Whether it's telling a community member about this group, showing them the article, the Cybersmile website, or getting #STOPCYBERBULLYINGDAY trending so we can help raise awareness and ensure that no one has to suffer alone.