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Good Practices Database

From this section it is possible to access to a review of good practices, available at national level in the nine European countries involved, addressing the bullying phenomenon. The good practices include: ongoing and past projects, educational initiatives, training courses to teachers, informative and awareness raising campaigns, etc.

Each selected good practice has been reviewed and presented according to a common format. The reviews of the selected good practices are organized in the searchable database below. Please notice that the reviews were made in English and in the national languages.

Country in focus: United Kingdom

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Olweus Anti-Bullying Intervention Program Nationwide campaign against bullying in Norway Norway, Europe, USA, Worldwide Transnational Project
Bullying Prevention for Schools Allan L. Beane, PH.D. USA Other
SEAL - Social and Emotional Aspects of Learning for secondary schools Department for Education United Kingdom National Project
Anti-Bullying Alliance Anti-Bullying Alliance United Kingdom Informative Campaign
The No Blame Approach George Robinson & Barbara Maines United Kingdom Training Course for Teachers
Thinkuknow - Child Exploitation and On Line Protection Centre (CEOP) Child Exploitation and On Line Protection Centre (CEOP) United Kingdom National Project
A National Approach to Anti-bullying for Scotland's Children and Young People The Scottish Government & the Scottish Anti-Bullying Steering Group Scotland National Project
Restorative Approaches and Practices The National Centre for Restorative Approaches in Youth Settings United Kingdom, Ireland, Informative Campaign
Prevention and response to identity-based bullying among local authorities in England, Scotland and Wales Published by the Equality & Human Rights Commission Authors Neil Tippett, Catherine Houlston, Peter K. Smith Unit for School and Family Studies, Goldsmiths, University of London United Kingdom Researches
Effectiveness of Programmes to Reduce School Bullying Publisher: Swedish National Council for Crime Prevention Authors: Maria M. Ttofi, David P. Farrington and Anna C. Baldry United Kingdom / Sweden Researches

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