The prevalence of bullying in sports poses a threat to sport participation, demanding a proactive approach to address the issue.
You’d call the police if a stranger in public did what many bullies at work get away with. 2 researchers who study workplace violence describe the widespread phenomenon.
Bullying is not going away. The eSafety Commission recently revealed a 40% jump in cyberbullying reports.
The Burn Book still exists in 2024 but the physical device now seems quaint. Today, the internet gives everyone the power to be a mean girl.
New research looking at data from 200,000 children in Wales has found a substantial increase in mental health issues.
When they are repeatedly victimised, some individuals turn to bullying as a coping mechanism, seeking power and control.
Bone has become only the fourth MP to ever lose their seat via a recall petition.
Understanding how deepfakes can be used as a tool for misogyny is an important first step in considering the harms they will likely cause, including through school cyberbullying.
No matter your age, if you’re being bullied − there’s help out there.
New data from Queensland shows there has been a 20% increase in homeschooling in the state over the past year.
Internal reviews are insufficient to investigate discrimination by hospital administrators and external frameworks are needed to protect employees who face bullying and harassment.
The essence of bystander intervention is not just about stopping a negative act, but also about fostering an environment where respect, growth and collaboration thrive.
My research on chefs’ mental health shows restaurants valorise isolation, abuse and violence – but The Bear avoids idealising this obsessive mindset.
Most young people will have patches during their school career where it feels hard. Sometimes this will lead families to ask whether a new school is the best option.
The Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) has a serious problem with sexual violence. The military’s chronic and unresolved toxic culture puts the country’s national security at risk.
Has greater awareness of mental health issues also caused more people to interpret milder forms of distress as something worse? Better understanding of mental health disorder in general might help.
Companies can curb bullying bosses and support victims, but will yours?
Report found deputy PM to have been abrasive and intimidating to civil servants who have waited months for action to be taken.
Instead of trying to change individual’s behaviour, a new study puts the focus on how teachers can create an “anti-bullying climate” in their classes.
The deputy prime minister insists he just has high expectations of his staff but that is not what ‘professionalism’ really means.