Bullying Takes Twisted Turn for the Worse
Cyberbullying refers to abusive bullying behavior using information technology - internet, cellphones, etc. This article provides an overview of the issue, and suggests resources and directions for dealing with the problem.
Child Abuse & Neglect - Canadian Child Welfare Information Gateway
This Canadian site provides "resources about child maltreatment, including definitions, signs and symptoms, statistics and prevalence, types of child abuse and neglect, risk and protective factors, the impact on individuals and society, and child fatalities."
"The ChildSafe Network is building a protective environment for children, especially street children, to safeguard them from these dangers. The local and international community – especially businesses, families and key community leaders, as well...
How to Give Your Students the Skills to Prevent Crime
Peggy David asserts that Adventist schools should not assume students know how to stay safe. She advocates teaching crime prevention. The following topics are discussed: Students Right-to-Know and Campus Security Act; Stranger Safety for Smaller Children;...
JAE Legal Update: Sexual Misconduct/Child Abuse: A Preventative Approach
Ruth Parish shares information intended to minimize allegations of sexual abuse by individuals who work with children and young adults, either as volunteers or employees. Included in her discussion are the benefits and risk of touch and avoiding misunderstandings.
Preventing and Reporting Child Abuse
Clear, concise guidelines for teachers and principals on how to prevent and report abuse of students.
Sexual Abuse and Harassment - Topics We Must Talk About
Sexual abuse and harassment within the church setting destroys trust, alters personality, and compromises the individual's relationship with God. Prevention begins with establishing dialogue, policies, and procedures while simultaneously creating a body of...
Stephen Cosgrove's charming tale for young children teaches the importance of saying "No!" to situations that make one feel uncomfortable. It highlights the importance of not keeping secrets from parents, models appropriate parental responses, and...