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Advice from young Londoners on how to cope if you're being bullied

Good Thinking’s Digital Health Ambassadors provide their top tips.

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Here at Good Thinking, we work with Partnership for Young London and a group of young Londoners (aged 15-25) who are our Digital Health Ambassadors. Their lived experience helps us to ensure we provide the right kind of information and guidance to boost the mental wellbeing of children and young people across the city.

With research by the Anti-Bullying Alliance and Goldsmiths, University of London, finding that almost 1 in 4 children (23%) are being frequently bullied face-to-face and one in 20 children (5%) are being frequently bullied online, we asked our Digital Health Ambassadors what tips they would give to young people who are experiencing bullying. Here’s what they said…

Would you like to be a Digital Health Ambassador?

Good Thinking is looking for young people aged 15-25 to join the programme - a unique opportunity to shape research and policy at a local and national level.


To find out more about what it's like to be a Digital Health Ambassador and the difference you can make to the lives of young Londoners, read this blog by Shelby Davies, Youth Outreach and Participation Officer at Partnership for Young London.

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