Can we stop bullies? UBC Dialogues: Vancouver

Bullying has long been considered a part of growing up. In recent years, however, the problem of bullying seems to have escalated. But why? Increased family dysfunction? Lax school policies? Social media? Peer group indifference? Media hype? In order to protect our children, we need to understand the issue and focus on solutions. Is eliminating bullying a realistic goal or is it more important to equip our children with the tools to avoid becoming victims?  This event took place Tuesday, September 17, 2013, in downtown Vancouver.

Moderator

Renee Filippone – Host, CBC News Vancouver Saturday and CBC News Vancouver Sunday

Panelists

Shelley Hymel – Professor, UBC Faculty of Education; Current holder of the Edith Lando Professorship in Social and Emotional Learning
Lynn Miller – Associate Professor, Educational and Counselling Psychology and Special Education, UBC Faculty of Education
Brenda Morrison, BA’91 – Director, Centre for Restorative Justice and Associate Professor, School of Criminology, Simon Fraser University
Carol Todd, BEd’84 – Teacher; Founder, The Amanda Todd Legacy
Sherri Mohoruk – Superintendent of Safe Schools, BC Ministry of Education

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