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Five ways faith can reduce bullying and empower victims

"Developing moral consciences: A separate international study of high school students found that moral disengagement, including vilifying the victim and absolving oneself of personal responsibility, was the most powerful risk factor for going online to repeatedly attack others."

Developing a moral conscience is just one of the things congregations can do to support young people in the community. [Read more on the ARDA website].

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