CSBA testifies on Cyberbullying to the Senate Committee on Human Rights

Senate Committee on Human Rights asks CSBA for assistance as they study the impact of cyberbullying

Prof. W. MacKay, NS
D. Birnbaum, QC
S. Urban Hall, SASK.


The Standing Senate Committee on Human Rights  are studying the impact of cyberbullying on Canadian youth and are asking various organizations and experts in the field from across North America to testify on the subject and about what is being done to support our young people .  They called upon the CSBA and on May15th, on behalf of the association and the provincial members,  Sandi Urban Hall, President of the Canadian School Boards Association; David Birnbaum, Executive Director of the Quebec English School Boards Association; and Wayne MacKay, professor at Schulich School of Law, Dalhousie University, N.S., spoke and responded to questions about some of the important work being done by school boards across the country.
Professor MacKay is the author of the paper titled Respectful and Responsible Relationships: There’s No App for That, The Report of the Nova Scotia Task Force on Bullying and Cyberbullying.
Click here to see Their presentation or visit the Senate of Canada website to see what others partners or education experts had to say….