Below you will find everything you need to plan your activities and celebrate Stop Cyberbullying Day in style – wherever you are in the world! If you would like to make your support more official, there are lots of flexible partnership and supporter options available in the Become a Partner section. Good luck and don’t forget to use #stopcyberbullyingday on social media so that we can see your amazing support among all the activities!
Stop Cyberbullying Day 2021 Official Handbook (High-Resolution)
The Stop Cyberbullying Day 2021 Official Handbook contains everything you need to make a big impact! The history of the day, global impact information, ambassadors, social media templates, ideas for making the most of the event and more are all included. This version is higher quality with a file size of 7.9MB.
Stop Cyberbullying Day 2021 Official Handbook (Low-Resolution)
The Stop Cyberbullying Day 2021 Official Handbook contains everything you need to make a big impact! The history of the day, global impact information, ambassadors, social media templates, ideas for making the most of the event and more are all included. This version is lower quality with a reduced file size of 1.2MB.
Stop Cyberbullying Day 2021 Social Media Plan
The Stop Cyberbullying Day 2021 Social Media Plan contains templates and ideas for social media posts to be used in advance of the event and on the day itself. All post suggestions contained in the plan can be edited and are suitable to be used on any social media platform! Don’t forget to include #stopcyberbullyingday on all of your social media posts!
Stop Cyberbullying Day Official Logo Pack
Download the official Stop Cyberbullying Day logo to help promote the event to your community. The download contains different versions of the logo including stacked, linear and icon only. Visit the Become a Partner section of the website to learn more about official partner and supporter packages to get access to exclusive supporter and partner logo’s.
Stop Cyberbullying Day International Survey 2017
A survey by The Cybersmile Foundation of 50,000 internet users across all 50 states of the U.S. and the entire U.K. exploring bystander experiences of cyberbullying and online abuse. The survey covers issues including racism, homophobia, harassment, religion, social media abuse and more.