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Cultivating Respect: Stopping Bullying to Create Safer Schools

For many years, news reports have been filled with the tragic stories of young people being bullied and harassed in schools, and the terrible consequences many of them face when no one is willing to speak up. This has put a topic that was often seen as “an LGBTQ+ issue” on the radar of parents everywhere. In this learning session, participants will learn about key research on bullying, cyberbullying, and harassment, understand how much of it connects to anti-LGBTQ+ attitudes and behaviors, and learn how these incidents jeopardize all students.

This workplace-friendly session, which provides a great opportunity to collaborate with other ERGs, leaves participants with accessible ways to be a part of standing up to bullying and cyberbullying on a personal, family, and institutional level.

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Course Length

90 minutes (in-person), 60 minutes (online)

Who this course is for

General audience, no experience with LGBTQ+ issues required

  • Learn about the paramount importance of having comprehensive, enumerated anti-bullying policies that expand our understanding of bullying and harassment beyond the classroom
  • Review recent examples of bullying and harassment in US schools to illustrate the profound impact anti-LGBTQ+ bias can have on young people
  • Offer key facts and related data about bullying and harassment that provide participants the context they need to discuss these issues with educators and school personnel
  • Discuss the ways to start cultivating respect at home, in schools, and at the district level
  • Understand local and state laws, related to bullying and harassment in schools, and information about how to get involved locally in safe schools efforts

The state laws featured in this learning session can be customized based on the location of the company hosting the event.
This session is often effective in growing relationships with other network groups and engaging new and potential allies that have not participated in LGBTQ+ specific events in the past.