Participated in the Pink Shirt Day held by the German European School on 10 Nov 2017. Volunteers had greatly enjoyed themselves during the event.
Founder/President, Esther Ng at her book release held in Tampines' Times bookstore doing a parent's talk and book signing session.
Founder/President, Esther Ng giving a speech at the press and media preview for the movie "FAERYVILLE"
Collaborated with the students and Tzang from RP to make an advocacy video titled "Breaking the Silence".
Founder/President, Esther Ng conducting a workshop on "What parents and teachers can do about bullying in schools".
Esther and our young volunteers doing interview for Talking Point.
Singapore Polytechnic students coming together to make a pledge as bystanders to stop bullying.
Students from ITE Central College making a statement against bullying through art pieces.
Volunteers showing off their art pieces at the Republic Polytechnic's roadshow!
Founded in 2005, we are a non-profit organisation set up to deal with the pervasive but often overlooked issue of bullying faced by our children and youth. Contrary to popular belief, bullying can happen even when there is no physical injury involved and it is all the more also not something that will go away automatically if we just ignore it. While the actual acts of bullying faced by a victim may indeed stop after a certain period of time, the trauma faced by victims of bullying often follow them well into their adulthood.
It is with this concern that we are driven to do what we do here at CABCY. As a result, we have dedicated our efforts over the last decade trying to continuously advocate for proper prevention and intervention approaches when it comes to dealing with bullying. We have also sought to improve and refine these approaches through collaborative research works both globally and locally in Singapore. To this end, every dollar donated to CABCY will go towards furthering our advocacy and research efforts in addressing the issue of bullying, thereby ensuring that we manage to provide a voice for the often voiceless victims of bullying.CABCY has been working towards promoting awareness to the harms of bullying in Singapore through research and activities such as conferences, symposium, talks and workshops.