The City of Thunder Bay is embracing and promoting respect., an initiative developed and practised by students and staff at Confederation College.
This initiative is being extended to Thunder Bay through the City's Anti-Racism Advisory Committee and Crime Prevention Council. Our community proudly embraces the respect. initiative practised by Confederation College and its students. The goal is to raise awareness of how people should treat one another.
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The THINK Campaign was developed in partnership with the Thunder Bay Crime Prevention Council, Thunder Bay Police Service and Thunder Bay District Crime Stoppers, in recognition of Bullying Awareness and Prevention Week (Nov 16-22, 2014), and to address the issue of cyber-bullying.
Based on the principles of respect. THINK promotes respectful, responsible, and positive use of social media.
Everyone is encouraged to ask themselves five key questions before they Facebook, Text, Tweet, Instagram, YouTube, and SnapChat.
Is what you are sending:
Download the THINK Poster Adobe PDF, 1 pages, 2.62 MB
It's important for children and youth to learn about respect. early. The Thunder Bay Public Library embraces respect. as one of the key pillars in their Children's & Youth Services mandate. They have put together booklists of recommended titles for those who are looking to instill and nurture the virtue of respect in their family, group or classroom. We hope that you find this resource useful.
Children's Books Lists on Respect: http://kids.tbpl.ca/article/respect-works-here-booklist-286.asp
The respect. award recognizes an individual, business, or organization that:
Learn more about the respect. award.
|March 22, 2013||Respect Initiative Growing|
|March 20, 2013||Be Active Kids Make Their Voices Heard|
|March 19, 2013||Respect Taken To Higher Level|
|March 18, 2013||Respect It Begins With You & Me|