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National Anti-Bullying Week, 17/11/08 [S]
Scotland's national Anti-Bullying Week has been launched in partnership with the anti-bullying service respectme at an event attended by teachers, parents and pupils.

Beatbullying interfaith report, 17/11/08 [E/NI/S/W]
This report reveals that 1 in 4 young people who practice a religion have been bullied due to their faith or wearing of religious symbols. It includes accounts from young people on the effects this has had on them.

The use of government statistics in evidence-based policy-making, 27/03/08 [E,NI,S,W]
Commons, Innovation, Universities, Science and Skills Committee. Uncorrected transcript of oral evidence given on 19 March 2008. Karen Dunnell, National Statistician, and Mike Hughes, Director of the National Statistics and Policy Group, Office for National Statistics, gave evidence.

Bullying Written Answer, 28/11/07 [S]
Written Answer given in response to Bill Kidd's (SNP) question asking the Scottish Executive what support is available to children with learning difficulties who experience bullying in school.

Bullying in Schools Written Answer, 31/08/07 [S]
Written answer given in response to Hugh O’Donnell’s (LD) question asking the Scottish Executive how it is informed of or assesses the extent of bullying in schools given that there is no national data collection.

Bullying in Schools Written Answer, 16/08/07 [S]
Written Answer given in response to Hugh O’Donnell’s (LD) questions asking the Scottish Executive when Respectme, the anti-bullying service will implement direct support to schools and communities, when it plans to look at new forms of bullying including text and cyber bullying and how much funding the Childline Anti-bullying service receives and whether that funding will continue.

Bullying in Schools Written Answer, 17/07/07 [S]
Written Answer given in response to Hugh O’Donnell’s (LD) question asking the Scottish Executive what steps it has taken to address bullying in schools.

LGBT Motion, 23/10/06 [S]
Motion lodged before the Scottish Parliament on 23 October 2006 by Rosemary Byrne (Solidarity) recognising the work of LGBT Youth Scotland in tackling homophobic bullying in schools and calling on support for the service.

Homophobic Bullying Oral Question, 22/06/06 [S]
During Question Time on 22 June 2006 Iain Smith (LD) asked the Scottish Executive what plans it has to implement the recommendations contained in "Promoting Equal Opportunities in Education—Project Two: Guidance on Dealing with Homophobic Incidents".

Bullying Written Answer, 04/05/06 [S]
Written Answer given in response to Margaret Jamieson's (Lab) question asking the Scottish Executive what training is provided to teachers on anti-bullying strategies for schools.