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Public welcome at panel discussion on bullying

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A panel discussion on bullying is set for this evening in Winnipeg.

The Manitoba Criminal Justice Association will host the event at the University of Winnipeg Convocation Hall. It begins at 7 p.m., is free of charge and open to the public. Seating is limited, and guests are asks to register online at www.mcja.ca.

Free Press justice reporter Mike McIntyre will moderate proceedings. Panelists include Dr. Lawrence Ellerby, psychologist with forensic services in Manitoba, and Signy Arnason, the associate executive director of the Canadian Centre for Child Protection and director of cybertip.ca.

Topics up for discussion include why does bullying happen, how do you know whether your child is a bully, how do you know whether your child is being bullied, how can you prevent bullying and who can you talk to if your child is affected by bullying.

There will be a question-and-answer segment with panelists during the evening.

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