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Tackling Race and Faith Targeted Bullying Face To Face and Online: A Guide For Schools

A short guide for schools about how to respond to bullying connected with race or faith, whether it occurs online or offline.

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Tackling race and faith targeted bullying face to face and online: a guide for schools

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Keeping children safe from bullying connected to race and faith is integral to building safe and thriving communities.

This guide highlights some key actions that can both prevent, and respond to race and faith targeted bullying in a school environment.

There are also links to further resources and activities that can help you in your approach to promoting good relationships and equality in your school.

Published by the UK Council for Child Internet Safety (UKCCIS) and the Anti-Bullying Alliance.

Published 29 May 2017