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on 16 May 2019 4:01 PM
Friends are very proud and excited that the second World Anti-Bullying Forum will take place in Dublin, Ireland, on June 4-6th 2019. The aim of this unique international and multidisciplinary forum is to broaden our understanding of bullying, build the bridge between disciplines stronger, and spread knowledge to practitioners, researchers and decision-makers around the world. We want to create more effective approaches to tackling bullying and allow every child and young person the right to grow up without being bullied, ostracized or discriminated against. Friends are particularly happy that WABF2019 is arranged together with the National Anti-Bullying Research and Resource Center at the Dublin City University as well as with the International Bullying Prevention Association. It is expected to attract over 700 practitioners, academics and anyone with an interest in understanding and tackling bullying. Internationally recognised experts will share knowledge and new perspectives on topics such as cyberbullying, diversity, sexting, online safety, and other forms of inhumane actions and violence among children and youth. The world forum is supported by Ardmhéara Bhaile Atha Cliath/Lord Mayor of Dublin Mícheál Mac Donncha Lord Mayor of Dublin, the Department of Education and Skills and Fáilte Ireland.
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