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Introduction to Bullying and Discrimination

category bullyingIf you or someone that you know is being bullied or discriminated against, there are ways to make it stop.


Bullying is unwanted, hurtful behaviour towards an individual by one or more person, it can be repeated time and time again. Bullying can be physical, verbal, indirect and also cyber. Being bullied can seriously affect an individual?s physical, emotional, academic and social well-being. Many sufferers of bullying lack confidence, feel bad about themselves, have few friends and spend a lot of time alone.


Discrimination is similar to bullying but is where a person or particular group of people are treated differently because of their skin colour, religion, gender etc. Particularly in a disadvantage way compared to the way in which other people are being treated.


If you are worried that you or a friend or family member is suffering from bullying or discrimination, it is important to get help. Talking to the Sikh Helpline can help to give you a better understanding of the problem and how to best deal with it. We can help you to by supporting you and you getting you in touch with the right agencies.


Talking to the Sikh Helpline can help to give you a better understanding of the problem and how to best deal with it. We can help by supporting you and getting you in touch with the right agencies. The Sikh Helpline is here for you 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to help and you can contact us anytime.


"Bullying in schools is a growing problem nationwide. You don't have to suffer in silence if you are being bullied. If you are a parent of a child who is being bullied, take action now. The Sikh Helpline has handled several cases with sucessful outcomes. Contact us if you need help."  

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Read articles, case studies and other information related to this topic below.



sikh helpline kirpanThe Sikh Help Line have yet helped another Sikh youth resolve his problems... Everyone can remember when they were in school...


That first day, when you started secondary school, many of us attempted to blend in, make some friends with whom you would spend many enjoyable years with. Meet people you can chill out and share your ups and downs with. Many of us had that chance and will remember our secondary school life to be the best and will never forget it, but there are some of us who don't and some of our youth today who find major difficulties in their school life. Not because they are struggling with their school work, actually a high percentage of our kids do quite well. But because they are outcaste by their class mates because of their religion.  more info:   Criminal Law and the Kirpan in the UK


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There have always been bullies in the world. The recent attention on the subject is proof that it has effects on the victims and must be dealt with the way all social ills have in the past. Much like a surveillance camera, a community can monitor and watch for bullying and then take steps to stop it.


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Another success! The Sikh Helpline have successfully helped another youth resolve his bullying problems... Everyone can remember when they were in school...

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Sikh Boy BulliedMonday: my money was taken.
Tuesday: names called.
Wednesday: my uniform torn.
Thursday: my body pouring with blood.
Friday: it's ended.
Saturday: freedom.
These are the final diary pages of Vijay Singh. Read his true story....

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A Sikh girl returns to her school after taking Amrit wearing her back headscarf to keep her head covered. Her teacher tells her take off her headscarf or to leave the classroom... Click title to Read more

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Sikh Helpline Callers:  At a boarding school, there was a pupil who was the only Sikh student and he wore a Dastaar (turban). Unlike other schools, students at boarding schools are provided accommodation and return home only during weekends and holidays. When the student returned home, his mother noticed some bruises on him.

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