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I Power I National Conference Programme 2006

I Power I are pioneers of anti-bullying events for young people and produced the first ever national conference in 2003. 2006 sees them produce the worlds first international anti-bullying festival for young people

The whole line-up for 2006 is not mentioned here, we will have a few suprises for you when you arrive. Upon arrival all Delegates will receive a special delegates pack and choose some activity options for the day. Delegates are free to roam the spaces at their leisure and no one will be forced to do anything they do not want to do. It is a two day event and both days will have different activities and speakers.

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Day one will include anti-bullying speakers, presentations and workshops

Day two will include anti-bullying presentations, awards, prizes and outputs from day one's workshops

Both days will include some of the following activities

  • Young Speakers and Presenters
  • International Anti-Bullying Presenters
  • Shows and Role-Plays
  • Anti-Bullying Graf Wall
  • Films
  • Resident DJ
  • Music, Rappers and Beatboxers
  • MC Artists
  • Special Guest Stars
  • Peer Mentoring
  • Healthy Eating
  • Damilola Taylor Young Achiever of the Year Award
  • Government Ministers
  • Anti-Bullying Auction
  • Live Debates
  • Games
  • Open Mic Sessions
  • Exhibition Hall
  • Confidential Discussion Room
  • Free lunch and refreshments

Anti-Bullying workshops will include: Dance, Drama, Martial Arts, Beatbox, Homophobia, Peer Mentoring, Computer resources and bullying, using puppets to help tackle bullying, Massage in Schools, theatre, and Kick Boxing

Presentations will inlcude those on: bullying and the bystander, cyberbullying, racist bullying, sexual bullying, bullying and disability, bullying and homophobia, bullying and refugees, support group approaches, bully courts, children's rights, peer mentoring, protective behaviour, massage in schools, empowerment, role models, and child advocacy

On day 1 in the evening there will be the option to attend the national anti-bullying music competition held at the local youth bar (an ex night club) or an anti-bullying disco held at an alternative venue.