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  1. Video for Children's Commissioner calls for recording of bullying stats
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    Children's Commissioner calls for recording of bullying stats

    The Children's Commissioner is calling on the government to enforce annual reporting by schools on their bullying rates and their prevention guidelines. 

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    South Auckland marae goes pink

    It is New Zealand Anti-bullying Day and attendees at a South Auckland marae took to donning pink shirts on their orator’s platform to raise awareness among the community to stop bullying.

  3. Video for Manurewa Marae to host Pink Shirt Day celebration today
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    Manurewa Marae to host Pink Shirt Day celebration today

    Today's anti-bullying campaign is focusing on Māori and Pasifika youth who are over-represented in mental health statistics.

  4. Video for New app to phase out cyber bullying
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    New app to phase out cyber bullying

    Sticks ‘n Stones, a teen-led charity, has launched a free web app to help young people dealing with online negativity and harm.

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    When high school bullying becomes assault

    The family of a fifteen-year-old student who was punched repeatedly in a video posted on social media says enough is enough and have laid a formal complaint with police.  

  6. Video for Netsafe calls parents to prevent harm of online bullying
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    Netsafe calls parents to prevent harm of online bullying

    Bullying-Free New Zealand Week runs from 22 May - 26 May this year, Netsafe wants to remind parents that they have the power to prevent the harm of online bullying.

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    Bullying-Free NZ Week kicks off today

    BBullying-Free NZ Week officially launches today and Netsafe is taking the opportunity to remind parents about the importance of kids positive online behaviour.

  8. Video for Breaking the silence around suicide and cyberbullying
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    Breaking the silence around suicide and cyberbullying

    Today's event "Au.E" was hosted at Walternash Stadium in Taita and featured a range of workshops and activities including creating music, free hair cuts and sports but one of the underlying messages was about creating a safe space for youth to talk openly about issues regarding suicide and cyberbullying.

  9. Video for Woman hopes Jimi Jackson was joking
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    Woman hopes Jimi Jackson was joking

    Māori comedian Jimi Jackson has come under fire for responding with sexist slurs to criticism of his 'Jimi Blackson' comedy sketch. Nadezna Walsh had commented that Jackson "was a father now" and he should "grow up". 

  10. Video for Native Affairs Summer Series – Half a million views sparks online trolls
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    Native Affairs Summer Series – Half a million views sparks online trolls

    It's tough enough being bullied online. But imagine what it's like when your video has gone viral, clocking up half a million views. A group of young boxers, who posted a training video online, found out some people can be downright ugly.

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