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In this issue
Amicus sponsors second National Anti-Bullying Day
Unions can grow by tapping the need for representation
Union Effectiveness Survey
Kiwis get workplace bullying helpline
Bullying helpline running red hot
Bendigo (Victoria, Australia) seminar highlights workplace bullying
Bendigo audience hears how workplace bullies leave three dead
Queensland, Australia, draft advisory standard for the prevention of workplace harassment
School head teacher flies to Australia to recruit staff
Job stress driving Irish workers to quit
TUC chief accuses Blunkett of racism
UK employers breach long hours rules
UK journalists work the longest hours for the lowest pay
TUC declares war on long hours culture
Work life balance not working for half the population
Teachers 'more stressed by work-life balance campaign'
Global draft code released on stress
Bullies across America find new playground: the workplace
Gay postal worker sues United States Postal Service after years of harassment, death threats
Stress is becoming the big killer
If stress is good for you, why is stress the Number One cause of sickness absence?
BBC newsreader claims unfair dismissal after bullying
Tax credit staff receive death threats from frustrated taxpayers
UK council tax rises could lead to civil disobedience and riots
Legal victory for Harrow home workers put NHS on the spot
1 in 5 nursing posts unfilled
Refuge boss racially abusive
Woman scientist claims victimisation
Tribunal hears of caring millionaire boss
12,000 care home complaints received in a year
Parents' anger at Deepcut inquiry
Prison ignored bullies
Remand prisoners alarming suicide rate
Prison chief accused of bullying
Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Boston settles sex abuse cases
Omagh doctors suffering traumatic flashbacks
15-year-old girl commits suicide
Marianne Shanks now free of 'darkness, struggle and pain'
Mother of Emma Morrison marks first anniversary of Emma's bullycide
Bullied pupil considered suicide
Teenager tries to commit suicide to escape bullying
Bullied son 'looked like something from Rocky'
Parents could face jail for protecting their child against bullying
UK Government proposes on the spot £100 fines for parents whose children truant
Tell someone - and it'll get worse
Victim victimised, no mention of accountability for bullies
The hell of bullying
The trouble with bullies
Target of bullying put in same school as tormentor
Bullying probe ends for lack of evidence
Bullying can be prevented
Sikeston (Missouri) School District say they’re taking a proactive approach to bullying
Some students at I.S. 52 claim they have been targeted by bullies
Long Island high school rocked by lurid football hazing scandal
Death of Josh Belluardo continues to have ramifications
Breaking the cycle of bullying
California school sued for second time over homophobic bullying
Reading. Writing. Hate. What are students really learning in school?
School shooting puts focus on bullying and counselors' burdens
Mother faces trial in 12-year-old son’s suicide
Scruggs defense seeks mistrial as jury deliberations go on
Mother calls for hui on school 'bullying'
Terrorism in the Schoolyard: The Dynamics of School Violence
Will it make a difference?
After school attack, he's given a guard
Call for action on text bullying
Cyber bullying on the rise
Children will be able to block abusive text messages
Police sorry about bullied boy's wait
Teacher still angry after attack by 14-year-old pupil
School management not doing enough to combat violence
Bullying fear over school closure
UK children may get new champion
Bullied North Wales man to appear on Oprah Winfrey show
Canada's Bullying Awareness Network
Award-winning TV documentary company is currently undertaking research into social work
Are you a teenager being bullied?
Children's Express Newcastle
More media requests at media/media.htm
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The London Support Group
Attorney General's Department, New South Wales, Australia, support group
Have you been bullied out of the Armed Services so the government can save
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Keep up to date with the UK government debate on workplace bullying
Receive daily news alerts from Google on bullying (or anything)
Warwick University research
Psychological Abuse At The Workplace
Being bossed around is bad for your health
The Infinite Mind: Bullying
Falsely Accused Carers and Teachers (FACT)
Sibling Abuse Forums
Bullying managers cause a haemorrhage of staff
The international emergence of legal protections for whistleblowers
New fact sheets on PTSD
UK workers need guidance on their rights
The complete guide to resigning
Template resignation letters
Workplace bullying and the risk of cardiovascular disease and depression
The links between sleep disturbance and depression
Stress could be a cause of breast cancer
Stress link to multiple sclerosis
Must I take this antidepressant for ever?
Resentfulness is common in primates, allegedly
Online service for bullying victims promotes broadband
Tackling bullying: New approaches battle age-old problem
Establishing Anti-Bullying in the Workplace Support
Real Solutions, Real People, Tackling Work-related Stress:
Tim Field shares his insight
Bullying conference in Australia
Moving Beyond Bullies and Victims
National Coalition Against Bullying (NCAB) conference on school bullying
Stress and Bullying in the Workplace
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