Promoting respect and increasing awareness about intimidation



It is when children are young that they normally learn more easily and it is therefore more relevant to equip them with peaceful and practical methods so that they have the necessary support to learn, independently, to better respond to bullying situations.

Animated cartoon of awareness recorded at the Quebec Diocesan Services in May with students from St-Lawrence College and St-Patrick High School in Quebec City!


Our goal is to provide, free of charge, both help to those being intimidated and awareness about intimidation to those who perpetrate it.

The school principal, a teacher, a peer can intervene in a situation of intimidation. However, those being intimidated have not necessarily learned how to react adequately in situations of intimidation. The long-term solution rests with helping those being intimidated to develop their autonomy in the growth of their self-esteem and their affirmation of self, in a non-violent manner. These are the keys to putting and end to the scourge of intimidation!

« Love brings forth freedom »

« Intimidation hurts! It is essential to act at the right moment and in a pacific manner to put an end to it!”

Another animated cartoon of awareness

By the good example of developing self-esteem and assertiveness: it is possible to get out of bullying!

Sincere thanks to the young people of Quebec High School in Quebec City who lent their voices to the characters of this animated cartoon band. Thanks to Félix Turner Dufour, Emma Barnard. Nicolas J. Arsenault, Sarah Luger, Nikki Rourke and Maxim Luger!