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Republic of Ireland
Tuesday 4th October 2005: Workplace Bullying: Tackling the Menace: Costs, Consequences and Solutions for Businesses, Individuals and Organisations, The Burlington Hotel, Dublin 4. Workplace bullying (including management intimidation and corporate terrorism) costs Irish business billions of euro each year. Conference topics include defining the problem, the psychology of bullying, medical consequences, a case study, legislation and best practice for employers. Speakers include Ms Jacinta M Kitt, Dr Mark Harrold, Dr Paul Heslin, Padraig O'Ceidigh, Senator Mary E Henry and Ms Emer Gilvarry. [Conference report]
Copies of books published by Success Unlimited (Bully in sight, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and Bullycide: death at playtime) are available at Clarendon Medical, 43 Clarendon Street, Dublin 2.
Campaign against Bullying
is run by Vivette O'Donnell, 72 Lakelands Avenue, Stillorgan, Co Dun Laoighaire/Rathdown,
Republic of Ireland, telephone 00 353 288 7976, email email@example.com
See press release of 3 October 2001.
The Anti-Bullying Centre Resource and Research Unit at The University of Dublin, Trinity College aims to create a greater awareness and understanding of bullying behaviour and provide advice, guidance and counselling and resource material for parents, schools and organisations seeking to counter bullying. It also aims to conduct research into bullying behaviour. The centre, under co-ordinator Dr Mona O'Moore, provides Inservice and staff development days for schools and organisations and day conferences and workshops for pupils, parents, teachers and adults in the workplace. There is also a reference library.
Teachers Against Bullying is a support group, based in Dublin, Ireland, set up to help teachers who have been, or are being bullied by principals and/or colleagues and/or inspectors and/or boards of management. The group so far consists mainly of Primary teachers and a few Secondary teachers. It held its first meeting on Saturday, 13th March 1999. The main aim of the group is to bring together targets of workplace bullying and remove the isolation felt by people in this situation. The group has already prepared a submission for the government Task Force on Bullying. Teachers are welcome to contact Teresa Mcmahon at 01-288 3062, between 7pm and 9pm, or email Teresa at firstname.lastname@example.org
Bullying links in Ireland: http://homepage.eircom.net/~xazoylhs/bullying.htm
IMPACT page on bullying: Stand up to Bullying
A positive working environment: a guide for staff on the anti-harassment, sexual harassment and bullying policy for the civil service of the government of Ireland.
Health and Safety Agency (HSA) press release on 10 April 2001, "Launch of Landmark Report on Bullying in the Workplace"
Irish Congress of Trades Unions (ICTU)
Labour Relations Commission
European Industrial Relations Observatory, part of the European Foundation for the Improvement of Living and Working Conditions
The Law Centre is staffed by qualified solicitors and don't charge the people they act for. Helpline available Mon-Fri 9am-1pm and anyone can ring in. If they think you have a case they will act for you. Tel 028 90 244401.
October 2002: Irish National Teachers' Organisation (INTO) organises seminar on workplace bullying. INTO say bullying of teachers is an unacceptable and a growing problem and express concern over "significant under-reporting of bullying" of its members in the workplace: http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/northern_ireland/2352991.stm (you can hear Tim Field's interview on BBC Radio Ulster via the link at the top right)
Employment Law Zone is a leading on-line resource for employment law issues in Ireland.
Alive3000 provides news of events about bullying and stress in Ireland plus a free monthly newsletter Work Matters concerning effective and fair relationships at work and school.
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