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Published on Feb 20, 2015
Student bullying and cyberbullying are at epidemic levels across the world, with an average of 30% of students being bullied on a regular basis. And adults - teachers, parents and societal denial - carry a large reponsibilty for making it worse. But there is a solution. In this talk Nicholas Carlisle, founder of No Bully, takes the Cherokee story of the two wolves and shows how schools are engaging the wolf of kindess and compassion to end over 90% of bullying incidents.
Nicholas Carlisle is the CEO and founder of No Bully, an international anti-bullying NGO. Having experienced firsthand the reality of bullying in his teenage years at school, he is committed to creating schools where every student belongs. Nicholas graduated from Oxford University, practiced as a barrister in London and was chairman of the non-profit section of Amnesty International in Britain. He is licensed as a child and adult psychotherapist in California and a published researcher on the the effects of school bullying. Nicholas is a seasoned conference speaker, expert witness and commentator on school bullying for radio and television.
This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx