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Bully Free Alberta

We all have a role in bullying prevention, especially adults! This website has a variety of tips and tools for adults to help prevent or intervene in a bullying situation.

Together, we can create a caring, respectful and safe province – free from bullying.

Random Acts of Kindness Week is February 10–16, 2014

International Random Acts of Kindness (RAK) Week is celebrated every February to help create a better world by spreading awareness and increasing engagement in kind actions.

Help spread kindness. Participate in a thriving movement where members are changing the world, one kind act at a time.

Share your inspirational stories online or tweet @ABHumanServices with the hashtag #RAKweek.

For more information, resources and tools, visit

Safer Internet Day – February 11, 2014

Safer Internet Day promotes safe and responsible use of online technology and mobile devices for children, youth and adults. Find out more.

Bullying Prevention and Healthy Relationships Webcast – November 18, 2013

Learn how bullying affects children, adults and seniors. Find out how you can promote healthy, respectful relationships in your community, school and workplace.

Watch the archived webcast.


For advice or support on bullying, please call 1-888-456-2323. This helpline is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

Day of Pink – April 9, 2014

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Celebrate International Day of Pink against bullying, discrimination, homophobia and transphobia in schools, workplaces and communities. Play your part by wearing pink and tweeting #DayofPink and #albertapink. Hand out these fact sheets at your events.

New gender and sexual minority resources

Check out new resources to prevent homophobic bullying and transphobic bullying. Learn about gay straight alliances and how to start one in your school.

Be Internet Savvy

Internet Savvy teaches parents about potential risks their children face on the Internet. website for youth, by youth, featuring stories, videos and tips that empower young people to help stop bullying.

S-Team Heroes Logo is a fun website where kids can play an online game that teaches them how to handle bullying.


Call the Bullying Helpline 1-888-456-2323 toll-free in Alberta, anytime.
Trained staff are available to help in more than 170 languages.

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