SID2015What is cyberbullying?

Cyberbullying is bullying via electronic means. This could be via the internet, phone, laptop, computer, tablet or online gaming.

Colouredirightswhitebg JPEGABA is signed up to iRights. iRights provides a framework of five simple principles for how we should engage with children and young people (under 18s) in the digital world.

Supported by a broad coalition of partners representing both adults and young people, iRights puts young people’s needs at the centre of how everyone can behave when they design, deliver and consume digital content and services.

The iRights framework contains five simple principles:

  1. The right to remove.

  2. The right to know.

  3. The right to safety and support.

  4. The right to make informed and conscious choices.

  5. The right to digital literacy

ABA resources

  • What parents can do to protect their children from cyberbullying

ABA and the Sex Education Forum have produced a free guide to help parents and carers talk to their children about online relationships.

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