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Advice to parents and carers on gangs - leaflet

The vast majority of young people are not involved in gangs and want nothing to do with them. However, the behaviour of the small number of young people who are involved has a significant impact on communities, on their families and associates, as…

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This service aims to ensure that all LGBTQ+ young people are able to live in accepting, supportive and caring homes, by providing a range of services to meet the individual needs of those who would otherwise be homeless or living in a hostile environment.  This service…

Anti-Bullying Alliance (ABA)

The Anti-bullying Alliance (ABA) is a group of organisations and people working together to stop bullying and create safe environments in which children and young people can live, grow, play and learn. Anyone who supports the vision of the Anti-bullying alliance can become a member.…

The Anti-Bullying Network

The Anti-Bullying Network was established at the University of Edinburgh in 1999 to provide free anti-bullying support to school communities. The Anti-bullying network provides information to all children, young people and adults experiencing bullying. In the first eight years that it operated on this…

Asha Project

The Asha Projects offers secure, temporary accommodation for South Asian women and children fleeing domestic violence. Women can stay in accommodation called refuges, which are shared with other women who have similar experiences. The Asha Project also works in partnership with the Forced Marriage…

Battersea Crime Prevention Panel

The Battersea Crime Prevention Panel has been organising trips, outings, and events for under-privileged young people since 1992, especially those living in the poorer and more deprived areas of Battersea and Balham.  The Battersea Summer Scheme is a principal…

BBC WebWise

The BBC's WebWise is the BBC's beginner's guide to the internet. WebWise is a resource for everyone but particularly for those new to the internet. In addition to digital technology news' items, the website includes information on…

Bullying - Advice Leaflets for Parents

Bullying is the repetitive intentional hurting of one person or group by another person or group, where the relationship involves an imbalance of power. Bullying can be physical, verbal, emotional or cyber. There are a couple of leaflets under 'Downloads' which can: give parents…

Bullying and autism video from Ambitious about Autism

Young people with autism are more likely to be bullied. As part of Anti-bullying Week 2015, Ambitious about Autism have launched this animation to show that you can overcome this and there are people who can support you. Click here to watch the video on…

Bullying UK

Bullying UK is part of the national Family Lives web and telephone support network for families. They pride themselves in listening, providing support and being non-judgemental. The website offers advice and support to people concerned about bullying.  These include: advice for parents; advice for…