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Cyberbullying: bullying others 

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Cyberbullying presents a significant challenge to the well-being of adolescents in the digital age. This measure examines the prevalence of cyberbullying perpetration, offering crucial insights into the dynamics of harmful online behaviours. By understanding the extent of this issue, decision-makers can better tailor educational and preventative programs, promoting responsible online conduct, digital empathy, and working towards the creation of safer online environments for young people.


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Health Behaviour in School-aged Children study (2023), Data browser (findings from the 2021/22 international HBSC survey): https://data-browser.hbsc.org.

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Mental health

Bullying & violence


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Eating behaviours

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Sexual health

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Social Media

School experience

School experience

Family and peer relations

Family support

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