Latest updates
  • 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.

  • Children with special educational needs and disabilities speak out about cyber-bullying and concealing disability online

    Guidance1 for teachers and professionals released today by the Anti-Bullying Alliance, part of leading children’s charity the National Children’s Bureau, provides a unique insight into the internet use of children with special educational needs and / or disabilities (SEND) and reveals evidence of cyber-bullying and experiences of discriminatory  behaviour.

  • ABA young ambassadors on Channel 5 News for Safer Internet Day 2014

    In support of Safer Internet Day 2014 on Tuesday 11th February ABA's young amabassadors were featured on Channel 5 News sharing tops tips for parents and children to tackle cyberbullying.

  • Teens take risks online and expose themselves to cyberbullying

    Ahead of Safer Internet Day, a report from McAfee and the Anti-Bullying Alliance reveals that risky online behaviour is putting 14-15 year olds in greater danger online. Research released today, by leading internet security solutions provider McAfee and the Anti-Bullying Alliance (ABA), part of leading children’s charity the National Children’s Bureau, has found that fourteen and fifteen year old teenagers are most likely to adopt risk-taking behaviours and overshare online; putting themselves in potentially harmful situations and at risk of cyber-bullying.

  • ABA supports photographer Thomas Knights at his RED HOT exhibition

    The Anti-Bullying Alliance was delighted to support the talented Thomas Knights with his RED HOT exhibition at the Gallery in Redchurch Street, London between 16th - 22nd December 2013. The RED HOT exhibition was all about celebrating the beauty of red hair and to challenge the stigmas attached to it.


Contact the Press Office

If you have a media enquiry then please contact our press team:

Tel: 020 7843 6045

Mob: 07721 097 033 (for urgent out of hours enquiries).

Email: media@ncb.org.uk

If you have a general query about ABA or Anti-Bullying Week, please email: aba@ncb.org.uk

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)