Cyber Bullying Forum 23 August 2013 Panel of Expert via Ready Girls

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Cyber Bullying and the tragic consequences continue to make headlines.  The impact of this faceless crime can be devastating as we have see in the news recently.

As a parent of two teenage daughters the behaviour among teens online
really scares me and concerns me.  I suspect I am not on my own.  This is an issue that is affecting so many family’s today and an issue which many parents are rightly concerned about.

Ready Girls have decided to hold a forum on this issue.  We have put together an amazing panel of experts to help and advise you, whether a parent or a teenager.

Our panel will consist of the following experts :

  1. Teen-line  :  are on board to help any teenagers who feel they are
    being bullied.  They are a fantastic charity who are there to listen to you
    if you are having difficulty coping.
  2. Cyber Safety Advice : Niall Mulrine has kindly agreed to offer his support.
    His business revolves around this issues on how to keep your children
    safe on line. He is a regular contributor in the media on the subject.
  3. Komeba : and the lovely Val Mulally, will be there to offer the voice of
    reason as a parenting coach.  Val has many words of wisdom to offer
    in every area of parenting. But on this occasion she will guide you on
    how to help your child if they are being bullied online or indeed in school
    in the playground, where ever it may be.
  4. Debbie McDonald from the Marketing Shop and Phil Stubbs will be there
    to help on the technical side and offer advice on how to protect your child online.  These two lady’s are amazing.  Both parents but working in the
    social media.  They will guide you in how to put protections in place to
    keep your children cyber safe.

This panel are experts in their field, and I am very honoured that they have all agreed to offer their support on the night.  They are a wonderful group of people. They speak regularly in the media on the topic so they really are the people to ask for help and advice.  If you have any concerns, connect with us on Facebook,

We are here to help you.

Join us at  https://www.facebook.com/readygirls on the 23rd August  between 8.30 and 9.30, to take part in the conversation.

We look forward to hearing from you.

Aileen Rogers

Founder Ready Girls

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