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Canadian Public Health Association

Assessment Toolkit for Bullying, Harassment, and Peer Relations at School

Bully-victim problems, sexual harassment and racial discrimination are major public health concerns in Canada’s elementary, middle and high schools. Research indicates that these peer relationship problems are commonplace, yet school-based programs have no common standards, little consistency and lack rigorous evaluation. In response to this public health issue the National Crime Prevention Strategy (NCPS) provided funding to the Canadian Public Health Association for research and development of its project “Criteria of Best Practices and Evaluation Tools for Anti-bullying Programs”.

Last modified: June 12, 2017