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February 22, 2020 Saturday 12:35:35 PM IST

School bullying: Quaden receives global support

International Edu News

People around the world have joined hands to support Quaden Bayles, a nine-year-old Australian boy who is a victim of school bullying. Last Friday, a video of his deep distress over being bullied went viral. Yarraka Bayles posted the clip of her son, Quaden, crying after he was targeted at school for his dwarfism. "This is what bullying does," she says in the video, in which her son also says he wants to end his life.

The clip, viewed over 14 million times, got massive support and #WeStandWithQuaden messages. The words #StopBullying were trending on Friday as people described their own experiences and urged Quaden to "stay strong".


(Content Courtesy: https://www.bbc.com/news/world-australia-51582696) 


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