Divided we fall. United we stand.
There are 7,429,890,888 People in the world

And guess what? we're all different

1in2 of us have been bullied at some point

We're here for you.

We Are Ditch the Label

We are a leading charity working hard to promote equality and to combat bullying internationally. We are defiant, innovative and most importantly, proud to be different. We believe in a world that is fair, equal and free from all types of bullying. Are you with us?

No more disempowerment. No more prejudice. No more bullying.

Each year, we provide award-winning support to thousands of young people aged 12-25, primarily through online partnerships. We also work with schools, colleges, parents/guardians, young people and other youth organisations. Innovation is at the core of all that we do and we believe that we can, and will beat bullying.

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Together,
we can and will beat bullying

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Our Partnership with Lynx

Based on our research and expertise, we know that the majority of those who bully are men. We also know that men are actively discouraged from opening up about their emotions and instead, often respond with aggression. To tackle this, we are supporting Lynx’s mission to, quite literally, ditch the labels that hold guys back, freeing them to be their own man, on their own terms.

Our partnership with Lynx is focused on giving young guys the tools and resources they need to say a huge, big, fat no to bullying and be comfortable with who they are – without the pressures and limits of traditional masculinity.

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