Learn more about UNICEF’s work under the topic "Cyberbullying".
On Pink Shirt Day, take a stand against bullying
On February 22, people across Canada will be donning pink shirts to recognize Pink Shirt Day, a national event dedicated to raising awareness about bullying.
5 Tips for Online Safety
With many of us stuck at home during the COVID-19 outbreak, internet use has increased significantly - especially as a way to stay in touch with friends and family. To help keep your child's online experiences both positive and safe, UNICEF has put together five key tips for safe internet browsing.
On Pink Shirt Day, it’s not just about wearing pink
Canadian children and youth face a myriad of complex and inter-related environmental factors that shape their opportunities and outcomes. One of the factors that unnecessarily limits their health and educational success is bullying. Pink Shirt Day is a day to spread awareness and practice kindness.
Prevention, not tougher punishment key to ending cyber bullying
Cyberbullying is claiming more victims, but what can we do to stop it? Can tougher punishments help? Laws alone aren't enough.