Drive to report bullies

19th February 2010 at 00:00

Buses across the Welsh capital are displaying a prominent message to get pupils to report bullying. Cardiff Against Bullying's Report It campaign encourages young people and their families to speak up if they are victims or witness bullying. The campaign, which will run for three months, aims to create a culture where bullying is not tolerated and young people feel comfortable reporting incidents.

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