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Action Plan “Working Together Toward a Society Free of Bullying”.
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What is bullying?

Bullying can take many forms and occur in different settings. It is unacceptable everywhere and can have serious effects on the person being bullied.

Anyone can be affected by bullying, regardless of their sexual orientation, gender identity, or personal characteristics. They may be the person targeted, the witness, or even the perpetrator of the acts in question.

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    Bullying can be expressed through different forms of violence and is sometimes linked to associated phenomena such as homophobia or abuse.

    Whether it meets the definition of bullying or not, a gesture that can harm a person’s physical or moral integrity should be stopped and support offered to the perpetrator to prevent it from recurring. Every person must be allowed to live in a safe and caring environment.

    The important thing is to act!

Last modified date :
August 23, 2022