Youth bullying - Launch of video clips to help parents see clearly

Press release - The Federation of Quebec Parents' Committees (FCPQ) is launching new tools to support parents whose children are involved in a situation of bullying.

Vitamin C injections: what the science says

Olivier Bernard, alias the Pharmachien, has been the target of intimidation, threats and attacks on social networks in connection with his comments on vitamin C injections. By wanting to expose the scientific facts on this practice, the Pharmachien s 'has attracted its share of detractors. Facts versus opinions ... A look at an emotional debate that polarizes the population.

REFAD 2018 conference - Call for papers

As part of the annual REFAD conference, interested parties are invited to submit a communication on their innovative teaching practices related to the theme.

Close to 3,500 annual bullying counseling sessions for Kids Help Phone

MONTREAL, Nov. 12, 2014 / CNW / - Rates of bullying in Canada are higher than those in two-thirds of member countries of ...

Spotted: from crisis management by schools to empowering students

In recent years, the Spotted Facebook pages of some Quebec schools have often been a breeding ground for cyberbullying. But what about at the start of the new school year?

European agency ENISA wants to tackle cyberbullying and "grooming"

Different digital devices and the pervasiveness of the Internet in children's lives mean that they "live their lives online in both private and educational contexts." This is not without risk and ENISA, the European Network and Information Security Agency, has just published a report offering recommendations against cyberbullying and online grooming.

Getting the tools to fight cyberbullying

According to a survey carried out last spring, 40 % of young people would know a victim of cyberbullying, 5 % of school staff would have been the target and the phenomenon is growing. Faced with this problem, teachers may feel helpless. This is why the Federation of Private Educational Institutions will offer training in the Tool to better help our young people during the year 2011-2012.

Training to prevent and counter cyberbullying

Montreal, April 18, 2011 - Concerned about the phenomenon of cyberbullying, the Federation of Private Educational Institutions offers training courses designed for members of the administration and staff of elementary and secondary schools.

CSQ survey on cyberbullying - Students are the first victims and the main perpetrators, and the staff feel helpless

MONTREAL, April 7 / CNW Telbec / - “Three years after the unveiling of a first survey on cyberbullying, the CSQ is able to confirm today that the phenomenon is growing and that the action plan to counter violence in schools has not produced the expected results, ”said Réjean Parent, president of the Centrale des unions du Québec (CSQ), on the occasion of the unveiling of the results of a major CROP poll on the phenomenon of cyberbullying carried out for the CSQ.