Latest updates
  • 2014 Writing Competition announced

    The Anti-Bullying Alliance launches official theme of Anti-Bullying Week 2014 and announces writing competition with Random House Children’s Publishers UK

  • Help needed to fundraise for ABA

    Calling all young people, parents, schools and members - help secure the future of the Anti-Bullying Alliance by organising a fundraising event for us this summer.

  • Bestselling author supports national anti-bullying campaign in schools

    Random House Children’s Publishers UK (RHCP UK) in association with the Anti-Bullying Alliance, part of leading children’s charity the National Children’s Bureau, launched a nationwide anti-bullying campaign in UK schools.  Inspired by the international bestselling novel WONDER by R.J. Palacio the initiative aims to stamp-out bullying and inspire students to CHOOSE KIND. 

  • ABA travels to Mexico

    In February 2014, Luke Roberts was asked to represent the Anti-Bullying Alliance at The Second International Congress on Abuse, Neglect and School Environment; and the Fourth Child Abuse Forum: Border of Knowledge. The event was hosted by the University of the State of Mexico in Toluca. 

  • Anti-Bullying Week 2014 theme announced

    The theme for Anti-Bullying Week 2014, our 10th anniversary campaign, will be about raising the issue of the disproportionate amount that children and young people who have special educational needs and / or disabilities (SEND) that are bullied in schools.

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Please be aware that the theme for Anti-Bullying Week is different in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. Details of the lead anti-bullying organisations for these nations are as follows:

Scotland - Respectme

Wales - Welsh government

Northern Ireland - The Northern Ireland Anti-Bullying Forum (NIABF)