Anti-Bullying, Conflict Resolution & Discrimination Workshops
You’ve landed at the right place! This particular page will give you an overview of our anti bullying and conflict resolution workshops which is part of our 2020 Dreams Project – Keep reading to find out more. 2020 Dreams Anti-Bullying & Discrimination workshops are designed to support teachers and youth organisation leaders in promoting an attitude of mutual respect and tolerance and delivering an environment free from fear.
Due to the challenges of Covid-19 our Anti Bullying and Conflict Resolution Workshops is now available as face to face interactive workshops or virtual sessions via Zoom, Google Meet or Teams etc, ensuring we can continue to deliver fun and engaging remote workshops to all students.
We Deliver a Range of Anti-Bullying & Conflict Resolution Workshops
Recent Customer Testimonials
G. Larcombe, Long Close School, Slough
We look forward in booking more sessions in the future.
N. Tedeschi. School and Vacation, Roma, Italy
I do think the topics covered were well-discussed.
C, Simmonds. Assistant Principal - Wren Academy, London
The children enjoyed their sessions and we look forward in working with you again.
L, Sherman. Head of PSHE, Aldenham School, Borehamwood, London.
About our Anti-Bullying & Conflict Resolution Workshops
You’ve landed at the right place! This particular page will give you an overview of our anti bullying and conflict resolution workshops which is part of our 2020 Dreams Project – Keep reading to find out more.
2020 Dreams Anti-Bullying & Discrimination workshops are designed to support teachers and youth organisation leaders in promoting an attitude of mutual respect and tolerance and delivering an environment free from fear.
Bullying, in all its forms, is the abuse of power to maintain control over another person. This can manifest in many ways: the traditional school bully uses his or her physical strength and powers of intimidation to score points with peers; the cyber-bully wields the technology of the modern age to harass and intimidate victims and the abusive boyfriend or girlfriend controls his or her partner’s behaviour through a mixture of physical, emotional and sometimes sexual coercion.
Bullying often goes hand-in-hand with discrimination on the grounds of race, culture, religion, gender, physical ability, sexual orientation and other differences. 2020 Dreams workshops are carefully designed to take into account the age and background of the group, tackling the underlying issues behind bullying and discrimination through thought-provoking open forum discussions and bringing real world examples to life through interactive role-plays.
All 2020 Dreams bullying workshops facilitators have had a recent enhanced DBS (formerly CRB) check, and the workshops are thoroughly risk-assessed. We can travel to anywhere in the country and can create bespoke solutions to fit in with your plans. As well as schools, we regularly work with PRUs, charities, young offenders, local authorities, Special Educational Needs services and mental health units.
Bullying involves an initial desire to hurt, this desire is expressed in action, someone is hurt, the action is directed by a more powerful person or group, it is without justification, it is typically repeated, and it is done so with evident enjoyment.
Bullying is an imbalance and misuse of power between individuals or groups.. This behaviour is repeated over time and comes in many different forms.
Bullying can take many different forms:
- Physical bullying includes causing physical harm – punching, fighting or invading someone’s personal space.
- Verbal bullying includes name calling, teasing, spreading rumours, swearing or using offensive language.
- Social Bullying is leaving a person or group of people out of social or group activities.
- Cyber bullying is bullying using mobiles, text messaging, social networking, emails, web and instant messaging.
- Verbal bullying includes name calling, spreading rumours, swearing or using offensive language.
- Victimisation includes stand-over tactics, picking on others and repeated exclusion.
- Racial bullying includes bullying targeting a person’s race or personal history.
- Sexual bullying or harassment includes touching or brushing against another person in a sexual manner, using rude names or commenting about someone’s morals.
Our bullying workshops encourage bullying awareness and aim to empower young people with the skills to tackle bullying using their creativity and imagination. This is a fun and enjoyable workshop that uses a fresh approach to tackle this age old sensitive problem.
The workshop begins with drama role plays run by a professional expert facilitator to introduce the topic, and prepare the participants for a group discussion on the different forms of bullying.
Participants are then encouraged to try to find practical solutions to deal with the issues. The workshop will consider other issues such as racism, exclusion, why people bully and where and how individuals can get help if being bullied.
We can cover workshops in the following areas:
- Racial Bullying
- Sexual Bullying or Harassment
- Cyber Bullying
- Mobile Phone Bullying
Also covered are important areas such as conflict resolution and resisting peer pressure. In this interactive workshop participants will learn the key ingredients needed to create an atmosphere of zero tolerance towards bullying in classrooms and schools.
To book a workshop on bullying awareness please call our bookings line FREE today on 0800 471 4983 for more information.