Advisory board on bullying in primary and upper secondary schools
If you are in primary or upper secondary school and your bullying case is not resolved, you can refer it to the advisory board on bullying.
Advisory board on bullying in compulsory and upper secondary schools
The advisory board on bullying provides consultation on bullying cases involving students in compulsory and upper secondary schools.
If the case cannot be resolved in a satisfactory manner within the school or municipality, or due to the alleged inaction of those same parties, you can refer bullying cases to the advisory board. They will work to reach a satisfactory resolution in the case and issue an advisory opinion based on the data and information that the board receives.
Those who can seek assistance from the advisory board are: students, parents or guardians, school staff, and others who work with children. This also applies to:
- after-school centres for students in the lower grades of compulsory school
- social and recreational activities under the auspices of schools
- school camp activities
- field trips
- trips organized by schools or parents
- all other activities under the auspices of compulsory schools
To refer a case, send an email to email@example.com.
AddressVíkurhvarf 3, Kópavogi
LanguagesÍslenska, English, polski
Bullying is repeated abuse, physical or mental, in which one or more bully an individual who has difficulty defending themselves. In order to stop the bullying, it is important to recognise the signs.