A deliberate act to hurt, intimidate, or coerce someone perceived as vulnerable.

Types of Bullying

Different forms in which bullying can manifest.

Physical Bullying

Involves physical harm or threat, such as hitting or pushing.

Verbal Bullying

Includes teasing, name-calling, and insults.

Social Bullying

Spreading rumors, embarrassing someone, or exclusion.


Bullying via digital platforms, like social media or texting.

Effects of Bullying

The impact it has on individuals and society.

Psychological Impact

Can lead to anxiety, depression, and low self-esteem.

Academic Consequences

Victims may experience drop in grades and loss of interest in school.

Social Implications

Difficulty in forming relationships and social isolation.

Long-Term Effects

May result in continued victimization or perpetration of bullying.

Prevention Strategies

Ways to prevent and react to bullying.

Education and Awareness

Teaching empathy and the effects of bullying in schools and communities.

Policies and Rules

Implementing clear rules and policies against bullying.

Support Structures

Creating support systems for victims and bullies, including counseling.

Parental/Guardian Involvement

Encouraging parents to talk to their children about bullying.

Role of Technology

The double-edged sword of digital advancement.

Tools for Bullying

Easy access to victims and wide audience through social media.

Monitoring and Prevention

Using software to detect and prevent cyberbullying.

Awareness Campaigns

Utilization of online platforms to spread anti-bullying messages.

Victim Support

Online communities and resources offering help to bullying victims.