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Giving a voice to BeatBullying

This January we were very pleased to partner the charity BEATBULLYING as they launched an uncompromising advertising campaign in memory of school girl Megan Gillan, whose life was cut short on January 19th 2009 after facing continual bullying online and in school.

Megan’s family has fully endorsed the campaign with the hope that “no other family suffers the loss we have”.

The posters aim to illustrate how bullying affects young people’s state of mind, and highlights the help they can find at Cybermentors.org.uk

A big thank you to our 500 member schools and clubs that agreed to run it, ensuring the message went out to over 600,000 young people.

Emma-Jane Cross, chief executive of Beatbullying, said:

“We are proud of this advert and the way it makes you stop and understand the impact bullying can have on its victims”.

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