Bullying Experience and Effects: UK Evidence

9th November 2015 9:30 to 12:00

About the event

Being a victim of childhood bullying can stick with you for life. Longitudinal studies – which follow people through their entire lives – are leading sources of evidence on which groups are most at risk, and the lasting effects victimisation can have.

In the lead-up to Anti-Bullying Week 2015, the Centre for Longitudinal Studies and the Anti-Bullying Alliance invited campaigners, schools, local authorities and others to discuss the latest evidence on how bullying is affecting children and young people.

This event was part of the ESRC Festival of Social Science. It was hosted by CLS in collaboration with the Anti-Bullying Alliance.

Speaker slides

Briefing papers


Other resources (contributed by delegates)