The future of BRAG
Because of the changes in the Public Sector and uncertainty about future funding, the Bullying Reduction Action Group (BRAG) is reviewing how to continue this vital work in the future.
Amanda Daniels, Acting Chief Education Psychologist and Chair of BRAG says:
“We believe that it’s more important than ever that Anti-bullying work continues. Birmingham BRAG will strive to continue to support the reduction of bullying behaviour relating to children and young people in Birmingham.
"In spite of the challenging financial circumstances, we intend to continue to work in an inter-agency way to reduce bullying of all kinds, ensuring that Birmingham children and young people are safe and improving their educational achievements, health and wellbeing.”
Preventing and Tackling Cyber-bullying
How to tackle Cyber-bullying: A Guide for Parents and Carers
This leaflet has been produced by Birmingham’s Bullying Reduction Action Group (BRAG) and parents from Nechells Pod and launched at the Nechells Olympics in June 2012
Read their blog post.
A copy of the leaflet can be downloaded below.
In February 2012, BRAG hosted a Professional Seminar on Safer Internet Day (SID) at the Canavan Centre, on the Stockland Green Site in Erdington.
Feedback from delegates was very positive and one said: