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We are currently negotiating venues for future anti bullying conferences. Please contact us if you sare intersted in hosting the ipoweri national anti-bullying conference for young people in 2010, 2011 or 2012. More fantastic and innovative events from the young people of ipoweri. Contact us for more details. watch the film below to get a flavour of the ipoweri national anti-bullying conference for young people:
The ipoweri anti-bullying conference for young people, held in anti-bullying week was hailed a tremendous success and was praised for its positive power. Read all about it here in the ipoweri Anti-Bullying Conference evaluation report. Sue Walker, the Teaching and Learning Adviser (PSHE and Citizenship) for North Somerset Council hailed the 2006 event a "tremendous success".
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The words 'I Power I' reflect the Rastafarian belief of 'I an I'. "You are as important as me...each one teach one...we learn from each other". Benjamin Zephaniah interviewed by Andy Hickson 2004
Are you a bully? Do you know someone who bullies people? Have you ever been involved with bullying? We want to know why, please contact us with any of your answers to those questions.
This is an Anti Bullying resource site and the 'I Power I' Anti Bullying Conference for Young people site. Here you will find find links to other anti bullying web sites and tips to help tackle the bully, groups of bullies
and a host of anti bullying strategies, resources and empowerment programmes that are available in the UK and abroad. Let us help you deal with bullying against young people. We can help you with your rights to
dealing with the bully and bullying in general.
The I Power I Crew recently made a film with the DfES and Actionwork Films called 'Making The Difference'. You can read about it here. You can also see it free online here. All schools can get a free copy of the DVD by contacting the DfES.
We also need you to help us. Please send in stories or poems or ideas about bullying and anti-bullying to us. We will show selected samples on the site over the ensuing months. Please ensure to send your name with your contribution.
If you are a young person then please tell us what other things we can be doing for you to help deal with bullying and finding anti-bullying solutions. Please contact us with your anti-bullying ideas. We want to hear the voices of young people.
In 2008 the ipoweri crew helped Actionwork Actionwork run the Glastonbury Festival Official Anti bullying Resource Centre. The ipoweri crew also helped produce the 8YTS Youth Talent Show with Weston-super-Mare Town Council and Actionwork.
In 2007 the ipoweri crew created their own anti-bullying workshops and then ran them with other young people from schools around England. ipoweri members also delivered workshops in schools in Japan in a special exchange visit. ipoweri young people went to Japan for 10 days and then a group of young people from Japan visited England to run sessions here.
In 2006 the ipoweri crew not only get the Princess of Wales Diana Award, they helped produce the largest anti-bullying conference to date - a two-day event with over a 1000 people attending over the two-days. The ipoweri crew welcomed the first Young Anti-Bullying Alliance member and gave them a platform to speak at the ipoweri conference.
In 2005 I Power I in partnership with Actionwork, Stoke Newington School and Project Wolf ran Britains second anti-bullying conference for young people to great success. This was very well attended by young people from all over the country, the head of the Anti-Bullying Alliance and the Government. Actionwork and I Power I are now recognised as pioneers of anti-bullying conferences for young people in Britain. Check out the report of the conference here. Both the Government and the Anti-Bullying Alliance are now setting up consultation exercises with young people, and Anti-Bullying Week in November 2005 should see an anti-bullying Conference attended by young people from all the regions of England
In 2004 young members of I Power I ran anti-bullying residencies, helped develop the national Million A Week Campaign with Beat Bullying and Actionwork, ran anti bullying workshops all over the country and helped create an anti bullying resource film for the Government. ipoweri crew pressured Anti-Bullying alliance members to set up a Young anti-Bullying Alliance.
In 2003 I Power I in partnership with Actionwork and the Busta Bully Project ran Englands first ever Anti Bullying Conference for Young People. It was a great success with over 250 young delegates attending. At this conference we introduced a great anti-bullying young ambassador to the national stage; the singer/songwriter Lhamea Lall