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Bullying Awareness Week

Bullying Awareness Week is a national campaign in Canada conceived of by Canadian educator and Bullying.org president Bill Belsey. It was launched in 2003 by Family Channel and bullying.org. The campaign takes place during the third week each November and aims to raise awareness about bullying amongst students in Canada while promoting positive relationships and providing youth with real-life solutions to help them deal with bullying behaviour.

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A very moving spoken word poem by Shane Koyczan, who was bullied as he was growing up. Watch and please help spread the message this video has to offer: the lasting effect of bullying.

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