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Stop, Speak, Support - Cyberbullying Campaign

Wednesday 6th December 2017

The campaign is led by the Royal Foundation, with support from partners, including NSPCC, Google, Facebook, Snapchat and the Diana Awards. 

The campaign has been designed by young people for young people and it aims to help young people stop cyberbullying, know what steps they can take to stop it happening, and provide support to the person being bullied. 

It is aimed at 11–18 year old bystanders in online bullying situations, with a supporting campaign for parents. The campaign highlights three simple steps that bystanders can take if they witness bullying – Stop, Speak, Support. 

Content for young people, schools and parents is below for you to share. For images to share on social media, please download using this link If you have any questions or would like more images, GIFS or banners please contact

The main campaign website can be viewed at

The key message for young people of Stop, Speak, Support is that when the banter turns bad, there are three things you can do to help. Stop and pause before reacting, speak to a trusted adult or friend, and support anyone being bullied online.

For schools, teaching materials to support the campaign, as part of Anti-Bullying Week, have been developed and can be found  here on the Anti Bullying Alliance website.

Advice for parents, who would like to reinforce the code's messages, can be found on the NSPCC website here

More about anti-bullying practice can be found here

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