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If you know a child who is being bullied It’s important to remember that young people who are bullied are usually embarrassed about it and may not want you to get involved; you should adjust your response according to the situation, what’s happening and how it’s affecting that child.
If the child’s safety is at risk, contact the necessary authorities — the school principal for example or, in more serious cases, the police.
The most important things to tell a child who is being bullied are: If you know a child who is bullying Kids who bully other kids might be trying to deal with problems of their own that they need to work out.
Here you can read and download tip sheets with hints and advice about some of the most common challenges facing young people today.
That’s why we’ve created the Tools & Resources page of our website.