Neil Marr and Tim Field
Neil Marr is an international journalist of 35-years standing now based near Monaco in Southern France. This is Neil's first book and fulfils a 35-year yearning to expose the annual toll of suicide caused by bullying at school. Neil's motivation stems from his attendance as a cub reporter on the Steven Shepherd case in 1967 which forms the first chapter to the book.
Tim Field's interest in bullying was sparked by an experience in the workplace since when he has written one of the world's leading books on bullying, Bully in sight: how to predict, resist, challenge and combat workplace bullying. In 1996 he founded the UK National Workplace Bullying Advice Line and set up the world's leading website on bullying Bully OnLine at Bully Online in January 1998. He is now a writer and publisher on the subject of bullying.
Where now at School Bully OnLine?
Information on child bullying and bullying at school
School Bully OnLine Home Page | School bullying
Information for parents and teachers on child bullying
List of children who have died or been driven to suicide by bullying
Bullying myths | Who is responsible?
Answers to frequently asked questions
Child and school bullying news | Terrorism in the playground
Mobile phone bullying | Truancy | Bullying and special education
Bullying of gifted children | Educating your child at home
Action to tackle child and school bullying
Case law and settlements for school bullying
Links to organisations tackling school bullying
Books, publications, reports
Bullycide - the secret toll | Media reviews and reader feedback
Neil Marr and Tim Field's book Bullycide: death at playtime reveals
the hidden epidemic of child suicide caused by bullying and harassment
The authors Neil Marr and Tim Field
The Field Foundation | Bully OnLine
Workplace bullying | School bullying | Family bullying
Bullying news | Bullying case histories
Bullying resources | Press and media centre
Stress, PTSD and psychiatric injury
Action to tackle bullying | Related issues
Books on bullying and related issues
The spiritual meaning within trauma