Bullying is an all too common problem in our society, particularly among children. It can take many forms – from physical aggression to social exclusion and cyberbullying – and often results in a victim feeling powerless and overwhelmed. Sadly, some have even taken their own lives as a result of severe bullying, known as ‘bullycide’. However, there are steps that can be taken to help prevent this type of tragedy from occurring. This article will provide an overview of the different types of bullying and how we can work together to protect those who are vulnerable. We’ll also discuss ways to equip our children with the skills they need to stand up against bullies and seek help when needed.
1. The Perils of Cyberbullying: Victim Must Not Suffer In Silence
The Perils of Cyberbullying is a powerful documentary that sheds light on the psychological, sociological and physiological repercussions of cyberbullying. It follows three different victims who are unable to speak up or get justice in an oppressive system. The film also proves that cyberbullying does not discriminate between genders and can have equally devastating effects for both men and women alike under our current technological advancement and information access. Learn about the legal implications this crime carries as well as how internet users can help prevent it from happening by watching this groundbreaking project from White Wings Films!
2. Stop the Bullying
Bullying is an issue that affects everyone. It can leave lasting effects on victims, perpetrators, and bystanders alike. In this documentary we take a deep dive into the psychology of bullying to explore why it happens and how it creates cycles of violence. We’ll also show you the impact of bullying on your brain and body; from depression and anxiety to addiction, PTSD, and suicidal thoughts. Finally, we provide a roadmap for how to break these cycles so you can help stop the bullying!
3. The Snowflake Generation? Rise Of The Trolls
The internet has changed our lives in many ways, but with its anonymity comes a dark force. The rise of trolls has unleashed a new kind of predator – one that can attack without consequence and cause immense harm to individuals and families. This documentary dives into the stories of those affected by trolls, uncovering their motivations and how they’re able to remain anonymous online. We also meet the first recorded troll in history, as well as learn about the groundbreaking court case affecting freedom of speech on the web. Join us for an eye-opening exploration into our digital world!
4. Too Scared For School
In this documentary, four teens share their stories of the struggles they faced while being bullied in school. We explore why bullying occurs and how it can lead to depression, anxiety, and even suicide. The film also dives into what parents can do if they think their child is a victim of school bullying. One teen talks about using drugs as a coping mechanism; another shares her story of cutting herself when friends turn against her. This documentary delves deep into the issue of bullying and its effect on young lives – providing insight into how we can help those who need it most!
5. My Secret Past – Jodie Marsh: Bullied
Jodie Marsh was a victim of bullying due to her crooked nose. But she never let the negativity take over her life. Now, Jodie is determined to help other victims of bullying by sharing her story and uncovering its true impact on people. Join Jodie as she travels across the UK and meets with other victims, hearing their stories and gaining insight into how bullying has affected their lives. Discover what it takes for one person to overcome adversity and gain strength from within!
6. The Danger Of Internet – Cyberbullying
The internet is a powerful tool, but it can also be dangerous. With anonymity and freedom on the web, our darker instincts are unleashed. Smartphones have made us all connected online, so cyberbullying has become an increasing issue. This video examines the hard truths surrounding internet anonymity and how to protect ourselves from its dark side. Learn about the dangers of the web and how to keep yourself safe!
7. How Bad Is Bullying In Korea?
Is bullying really as bad in South Korea as it is portrayed on Netflix’s hit show “The Glory”? We went to the streets of Seoul and asked everyday citizens what their experiences with bullying have been like – and how accurately The Glory portrays this issue. Watch our documentary and get an inside look at the reality of bullying in Korea!
8. The Teen Who Was Beaten To Death By Bullies
On a fateful evening in November 1997, Reena Virk was invited by her “friend” to what she thought was a party. However, the gathering turned into an unspeakable tragedy when seven or eight teenagers surrounded Virk and began to beat her mercilessly. In addition to punches and kicks, her attackers even stubbed out cigarettes on her forehead and attempted to set her hair on fire. Despite managing to escape this initial attack, two of the teens followed Virk where they dragged her away from the bridge and assaulted again — leading ultimately to heartbreaking death. This video tells the story of what happened that night and how it changed so many lives forever.
9. Panorama – When Kids Abuse Kids
Do you know that child sexual abuse is happening even in primary schools? Panorama investigates this hidden world and presents a shocking reality. In this documentary, discover the terrible truth of ‘peer-on-peer’ abuse – when kids are abusing other kids. Be prepared to be shocked by what you will see and learn. Don’t miss out on this eye-opening documentary!
10. Anorexia and Online Bullying Documentary
Are you concerned about online bullying and anorexia? In this documentary, we look at how these two elements of society interact and how they can affect people’s lives. We explore the psychological implications of both issues as well as their physical effects on individuals. Get a closer look into the world of anorexia and online bullying in this eye-opening film!
11. How a Kenyan mother is taking on cyberbullies with kindness
Tired of the toxic cyberspace that her children are growing up in, Kenyan mother Marjoline takes it into her own hands to make a change. She starts an online kindness campaign called Kuwa Mwema and rallies celebrities who have experienced cyberbullying. As she travels around schools, meets with funders, and counsels victims on how to handle bullying situations, Marjoline is determined to make the online world safer for everyone. Deactivating Kenya’s Toxic Trolls is a documentary by Mos Mwaniki that follows this inspiring woman’s journey as an activist working towards a kinder internet.