Help Stop Bullying
A Peacemaking Project by Hellen O.
What is the injustice we are solving?
Help stop bullying others
Our Compassionate Solution:
To solve this injustice of Encourage kids to speak to a trusted adult if they are bullied or see others being bullied. The adult can give comfort, support, and advice, even if they can’t solve the problem directly. Encourage the child to report bullying if it happens.
we will address Talk about how to stand up to kids who bully. Give tips, like using humor and saying “stop” directly and confidently. Talk about what to do if those actions don’t work, like walking away.
by Work together to resolve the situation and protect the bullied child. The child, parents, and school or organization may all have valuable input.
Our Project Plan:
- Create Discipline Procedures and Consequences for Bullying
- Challenge Students to Rise to New Levels of Behavior
- Teach the child how everyone—bullies, victims, bystanders, and supportive adults—can help control bullying
- Prepare children to recognize and respond effectively to early bullying behavior
We will increase my / our compassion by...
While one action or strategy will likely not be sufficient for solving all of the challenges that we face when addressing bullying, each of us can contribute in some small way to spreading kindness and compassion that can improve our schools and communities. I hope to see you at the International Bullying Prevention Conference to learn more about creating empathy and spreading kindness!
How will you show courage?
I will be Strong and assertive responses to a bully are effective countering measures because a child who is direct and a powerful communicator is a threat to the bully. Because this child is powerful enough to stand up for themselves and others, a bully will move often move on instead of provoking the new person.
How will you collaborate with others?
We will collaborate with others by asking for their understanding of bullying and working to reach out to more people. We will also encourage others to join in on our cause by volunteering, advocating for us on social media, and more!
How will you know you are moving in the right direction? (What are specific ways you can measure your impact?)
By gathering community input and guidance from mentors, I will ask them to assess our work. We will also self-assess by seeing if what we're doing is helping us reach our goals.
- Create an event
- Do school presentation
- community event for students and everyone to attend
How did the project deepen your team's understanding of the injustice?
My team understand s that bullying is not good for the kids and young adults because this might cause problems in academic.
How did your community change as a result of your project?
As a result my community changed and they spreaded the word and we supported each other.
How many people were impacted by your project?
Explain how you came up with the number of people impacted by the project?
Well I used the school and community staff to help me by providing enough space and get more people to listen how bullying can affect others.
How did your team learn more about the people affected by the injustice?
My team learned more about the injustice about bullying can affect others in their life and in their academic.
What did your team learn?
More people who are being bullied they perform poorly in academic and they feel they are left out
What challenges did your team overcome?
My team with challenges like how it affects others and they made a pledge they will each other.
How have you involved others in designing, carrying out, or expanding this project?
I have helped others to understand the impact of stopping to bully others and tell them to stop bullying.
What advice would you give to someone starting a peacemaking project?
I will give them advice that if they I have started the project they don't give up and continue to chase their Dreams and change the community.