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Dr. Debra Pepler speaks to City TV

About the problems young people face in the wake of the suspected suicide of a Port Coquitlam, B.C teen who made a video saying she was being relentlessly bullied.

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PREVNet in the Canadian Teachers' Federation

Promoting healhty relationships. PREVNet offers new training module for teachers and adult leaders

"Adults play a critical role in socializing children and youth, enabling children and youth to form healthy and respectful relationships with their peers."

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PREVNet's Dr. Wendy Craig talks to the Toronto Star

How Parents Can Take on Bullying

“With electronic bullying, it never goes away — the comments live on the Internet forever,” says Wendy Craig, a contributor to the study and scientific co-director of PREVNet (Promoting Relationships and Eliminating Violence Network), a group of Canadian researchers..."

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Dr. Joanne Cummings in the April 2012 issue of Montreal Families

Proactive parenting can curb bullying

"There are four tangible ways parents can help reduce aggressive behaviour in schools"

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The Senate Standing Committee on Human Rights heard testimony from PREVNet's Wendy Craig and Debra Pepler

"The Standing Senate Committee on Human Rights met this day at 4 p.m. to study the issue of cyber-bullying in Canada with regard to Canada’s international human rights obligations under Article 19 of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child."

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Dr. Wendy Craig speaks to Macleans magazine

Bullying 2.0 is more like a drama class

"What is likely the only thing Lady Gaga and Conservative MP Mike Allen have in common? Both believe that bullying should be a criminal offence."

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