CSP called to Witness for Senate Committee

The Centre for Suicide Prevention has been honoured to be called to Witness for the Senate Committee of Human Rights. CSP has been summoned to present our research about cyber bullying in relation to suicide and provide recommendations.

“A person’s response to bullying and cyber bullying reflects the complexity of human behaviour and psychology. As tragic as the outcome of suicide is, it is virtually impossible to predict how a person will react to outside pressures. All we can do is provide the tools to mitigate, support and perceive possible risks for all those involved.”
– Centre for Suicide Prevention, Presentation to Senate

CSP will be presenting to the Committee in Ottawa on Monday, May 14, 2012 at approximately 5:30 p.m. EST, 3:30 p.m. MTN. Our presentation, Cyber Bullying and its Relationship to Suicide will be presented by CSP Staff Members Suzanne McLeod, Curriculum Developer and Robert Olson, Librarian.

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