This website explains the difference between a bystander, who witnesses bullying but may not take action, and an upstander, who does take action to stop the bullying they witness. The resource provides concrete tips on how bystanders can become upstanders. Learn more.
This webpage offers evidence-based information on the effects of bullying for youth who have been bullied, youth who are bullying others, and bystanders. These effects include physical, social, emotional, academic, and mental health issues that often accompany involvement with or proximity to bullying. The relationship between bullying and suicide is also discussed. Learn more.