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Ditch the Label are a leading international youth charity, working with young people aged 12-25. We don’t judge and we don’t patronise - our mission is to empower teachers and young people.

Ditch the Label are a leading international youth charity, working with young people aged 12-25. We don’t judge and we don’t patronise - our mission is to empower teachers and young people.
Complete Bullying Module - from Ditch the Label
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Complete Bullying Module - from Ditch the Label

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Nearly half of all young people experience bullying whilst growing up, which can have catastrophic consequences on their health and wellbeing. This series of lessons from Ditch the Label, international youth charity, addresses some of the common root causes and allow students to reflect on the role they can play in tackling bullying behaviour. Behind the Bully - the root causes of bullying Banter or Bullying? - the line between banter and bullying What You Looking At? - the role of bystanders Am I Normal? - being yourself And Relax… - coping with stress Who Will You Be? - making positive decisions
Complete Gender Stereotypes Module - from Ditch the Label
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Complete Gender Stereotypes Module - from Ditch the Label

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A series of lessons, from international youth charity Ditch the Label, which explores topics such as hobbies, appearance and careers and dismantles the gender stereotypes surrounding them. Whether we realise it or not, gender bias still has a huge impact on the lives of our young people, so we want to tackle some of those societal expectations. This series of lessons explores topics such as hobbies, appearance, and careers, and dismantles the gender stereotypes surrounding them. The module covers: Pink or Blue? - unconscious bias Muscly or Skinny? - appearance Boxing or Ballet? - hobbies Cry or Fight? - emotions & behaviours Pilot or Nurse? - careers Praise or Shame? - sex Labels or Fables? - non-binary gender Make the Change - combatting inequality
Banter or Bullying? - from Ditch the Label
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Banter or Bullying? - from Ditch the Label

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This lesson, from international youth charity Ditch the Label, encourages students to consider the differences between banter and bullying, and to examine their own behaviours when it comes to teasing their friends. Banter is quite often used an excuse or defense for unpleasant behaviour, and so it’s important for students to understand when they or their friends have crossed a line.
Fake News / Skewed Views - from Ditch the Label
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Fake News / Skewed Views - from Ditch the Label

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Fake News/Skewed Views - Identify Fake News This lesson, from international youth charity Ditch the Label, allows students to identify what fake news is, some of the key indicators of fake news online, and looks into the impact fake news can have on minority communities.
Am I Normal? - from Ditch the Label
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Am I Normal? - from Ditch the Label

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One of the biggest challenges facing those who are bullied is that they feel that they are to blame. This lesson, from international youth charity Ditch the Label, looks to change that story - allowing students to recognise that there is no such thing as normal, and as such we shouldn’t be expected to conform to unfair, unrealistic or unnecessary standards.
Social Media & Self-Esteem - from Ditch the Label
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Social Media & Self-Esteem - from Ditch the Label

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#nofilter - Social Media & Self-Esteem This lesson, from international youth charity Ditch the Label, explores the connection between social media and mental health –examining how it can have both positive and negative effects on our self-esteem.
Digital Footprints - from Ditch the Label
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Digital Footprints - from Ditch the Label

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Felt Cute, Might Delete Later - Digital Footprints This lesson, from international youth charity Ditch the Label, is an introduction to digital literacy, creating awareness of the digital footprints we are creating when we use the internet, and how we can make the most of the internet whilst still staying secure.
Cyberbullying - from Ditch the Label
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Cyberbullying - from Ditch the Label

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Don’t @ Me - Cyberbullying This lesson allows students to examine their own online behaviours and understand the consequences of some of their actions. It allows them room to explore the subjectivity of cyberbullying behaviour and reinforces their responsibilities regarding their behaviour towards others online.
What You Looking At? - from Ditch the Label
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What You Looking At? - from Ditch the Label

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This lesson, from international youth charity Ditch the Label, encourages students to explore their own behaviour when it comes to witnessing bullying, and offers them guidance and encouragement to intervene in bullying situations, when appropriate.
And Relax... - from Ditch the Label
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And Relax... - from Ditch the Label

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Research shows that bullying is often a reaction to stress and trauma, with many perpetrators having been bullied in the past. To break this vicious cycle, this lesson, from international youth charity Ditch the Label, looks at healthier ways to channel stress and deal with trauma.
Free Speech and Moderation - from Ditch the Label
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Free Speech and Moderation - from Ditch the Label

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Censored - Free Speech and Moderation This lesson, from international youth charity Ditch the Label, explores the complex balance between freedom of expression –being able to say what we believe –and a safe internet, free from offensive or harmful content.
Behind the Bully - from Ditch the Label
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Behind the Bully - from Ditch the Label

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This lesson, from international youth charity Ditch the Label, explores the root causes of bullying behaviour and encourages students to reflect on why people feel the need to bully others. It pushes high ability students to consider potential methods of combatting bullying through tackling the root causes.
Who Will You Be? - from Ditch the Label
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Who Will You Be? - from Ditch the Label

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When young people feel empowered to act, great change happens. Students should leave this lesson, from international youth charity Ditch the Label, with a practical toolkit of responses to bullying, a sense of responsibility and motivation to begin taking positive and compassionate actions.