Rogers is committed to creating a culture of inclusion where everyone feels they belong, where diversity is embraced and where we stand against all acts of hate, racism and discrimination. That’s why it’s so important to support one another and teach everyone the importance of taking a stand against any form of bullying, including cyberbullying.
Cyberbullying involves the use of technology (social media, text messages, websites, etc.) to make fun of or intimidate others. Unfortunately, what goes online, stays online forever.
As we spend more time online (whether it’s our parents, kids or friends), it’s critical to address the issue of cyberbullying. Our partner, the Rogers Cybersecure Catalyst has developed youth resources to help address the topic of cyberbullying customized for various age groups.
Check out their resources below to learn how to address online bullying and practise cyber kindness:
- Resources for kids in kindergarten to grade 3
- Resources for youth in grades 4 to 6
- Resources for teens in grades 7 to 12
- Resources for parents and guardians