Stop Cyberbullying Day
Stop Cyberbullying Day is an internationally recognized day of awareness and activities both on and offline that was founded and launched by The Cybersmile Foundation on June 17th 2012. Annually, every third Friday in June, Stop Cyberbullying Day encourages people around the world to show their commitment toward a truly inclusive and diverse online environment for all – without fear of personal threats, harassment or abuse. Users of social media include the hashtag #STOPCYBERBULLYINGDAY to show their support for inclusion, diversity, self-empowerment and free speech.
Each year, Stop Cyberbullying Day brings together corporations, educational institutions, media outlets, non-profit organizations, governments and public figures to speak out against cyberbullying and digital abuse of any kind and defend our human right to freedom of speech while adhering to the basic principle of mutual respect for others.
A bit of Star Power
It’s Stop Cyberbullying Day today and we’re helping Cybersmile build a more positive future!
Support our partners The Cybersmile Foundation this Stop Cyberbullying Day and help us make the internet brighter.
Let’s make a difference both online and off to stop cyberbullying, for good. Help us spread the word this Stop Cyberbullying Day!
Let’s put an end to Cyberbullying with Stop Cyberbullying Day and Cybersmile.
Stop Cyberbullying Day is a progressive initiative that seeks to address online bullying. Creating awareness around this topic is an important part of our efforts to actively reduce cyberbullying levels.
The guys are supporting #STOPCYBERBULLYINGDAY with a #PositivePlaylist!
Hi everyone, it’s Stop Cyberbullying Day. I’m honoured to once again be an ambassador for this organisation which helps so many people young and old navigate the web and social media with ease and confidence.
Today is Stop Cyberbullying Day, a chance for all of us to voice our opposition to online bullying. It’s a day when everyone who cares about cyberbullying and online hate campaigns can join the growing movement for action against online bullying.