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Cyberbullying Toolkit

The consequences of being bullied online are wide-ranging and vary from temporary effects down to long-term, or even fatal. 

Nobullying.com released a report in 2017 that states:

  • 70% of cyberbullied children felt cyberbullying affected their social lives

  • 23% of cyberbullied children turned to self harming behaviours such as cutting

  • 24% of cyberbullied children have suicidal thoughts

  • 10% of cyberbullied children have attempted to take their own lives

Check out the Cyberbullying Toolkit for Parents below from Internet Matters.