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Actionwork is a member of the Anti Bullying Alliance. Anti Bullying Week was originally created by members of the Anti Bullying Alliance to help schools have a focus for their anti-bullying work. Actionwork has extended Anti Bullying Week into Anti Bullying Month - the month of November. Remember that anti-bullying does not stop at the end of Anti Bullying Week or Anti Bullying Month - dealing with bullying happens everyday of every week of every month throughout the year.

The theme for anti-bullying week 2012 is "To Be Agreed"

  • Anti-Bullying week 2011 was held on the 14th November - 18th November 2011. The theme was that of "Stop Think Words Can Hurt"
  • Anti-Bullying week 2010 was held on the 22nd November - 26th November 2010. The theme was that of "Taking Action Together"
  • Anti-Bullying week 2009 was held on the 16th November - 20th November 2009. The theme was that of "Cyberbullying"
  • Anti-Bullying week 2008 was held on the 21st November - 24th November 2008. The theme was that of "Being Different - Belonging Together"
  • Anti-Bullying week 2007 was held on the 19th November - 23rd November 2007. The theme was that of "Cyberbullying and the community"
  • Anti-Bullying week 2006 was held on the 20th November - 24th November 2006. The theme was that of the "Bystander"
  • Anti-Bullying Week 2005 was held on the 21st November - 25th November. The theme for the week was "children and young people‚Äôs participation and involving children and young people in tackling bullying