Starting next month, BullyFreeBC is launching a three part series of articles for September, October, and November to discuss current programming and explore new ground for 2018.
September will feature the world of work in British Columbia, from the start of BFBC anti-bullying and harassment programming in 2008 to next steps for the Workplace Recommendations project launched in conjunction with the 2017 provincial election campaign. (Details are in the May 4th post.)
In October, BFBC shifts focus to look at challenges to fairness and safety for older people, especially newcomers to Canada and people with disabilities such as dementia who are dependent on others for their quality of life and vulnerable to abuse which is difficult to detect and address.
November will be all about the kids. BullyFreeBC is looking at what children in BC need from us and the world in order to have a good childhood, a solid education, and opportunities for success in life. BFBC can help by making sure that young people and their families know about their rights and the rights of others.
The launch of these initiatives for seniors and kids as well as workers is part of a growth plan for BullyFreeBC, as the organizers and the membership collaborate in fulfilling our mandate to address bullying and harassment in BC.
To participate, contact firstname.lastname@example.org for information on becoming a member of the BullyFreeBC Society.