respectme's 2018/2019 anti-bullying campaign
Respect should be at the heart of how we treat each other – both face to face and online, but too many children and young people in Scotland today still experience bullying that strips them of their rights and feelings of control.
Knowing what respect means doesn’t always translate into respectful behaviour. Every day we make decisions about how we act towards others, and while choosing respect isn’t always easy, it is ultimately our decision.
The Choose Respect campaign, which spanned the length of the school year, aimed to support professionals (teachers, youth workers, sports leaders) working with young people to help create more respectful cultures in their settings.
The was delivered in 4 stages (explained below), each with a series of resources and activities.