About South Tyneside Against Bullying
South Tyneside Against Bullying is an Award Winning UK Non Profit Anti Bullying Organisation that is based in the North East of England and help teens of all ages who are being bullied or who have experienced bullying.
We believe that no one should endure the pain, fear or isolation of being bullied, and that everyone has the right to be safe from bullying, violence and harassment.
South Tyneside Against Bullying makes sure that all young children and vulnerable adults are kept safe.
We operate around the clock crisis support services for those who are victims of bullying and abuse. South Tyneside Against Bullying operate a 24/7 National Telephone Crisis Helpline, North East face to face Counselling & Representation Services, International Online Live Chat Service. All support services are managed by qualified and/or BACP, UKCP Registered Counsellors.
Founder/CEO of South Tyneside Against Bullying,
Award Winning Anti Bullying Founder Callum Carr set South Tyneside Against Bullying up in 2013 after a lack of support services in his local area and because of a number of teen suicides across the country. Callum was a Northumbria Police cadet for 4 years and in February 2015 Callum was shortlisted for a Northumbria Police Excellence Award for his outstanding commitment to the community with his Anti Bullying work. Over recent years Callum has met and worked with highly trained professionals within the Anti Bullying and Internet Safety sector including Annie Mullins OBE (Director of Trust & Safety for Ask.Fm), Jan O'Sullivan (Minister of Education & Skills for Ireland) and Karl Hopwood (E-Safety Consultant/Expert).
In November 2015 Callum was awarded a Princess Diana Award for Anti Bullying Champion from The Diana Award Charity. Callum was honoured this award alongside 40 other award winners from across the North East, all who hold awards for different commitments from promoting anti bullying to fundraising for charities such as Macmillan.
Winners of Best of South Tyneside Awards 2016
Community Group of the Year Award