Illinois Human Rights Commission endorses anti-bullying legislation

What is not said directly but comes through loud and clear is the fact that this organization acknowledges the fact that a person’s basic human rights trumps the rights of another’s freedom of speech. In other words, your right to bully me online does not supersede my right to not get bullied.

And that is the way it should be. The rights of a person should not infringe on the basic rights of another.

You can use PC Pandora monitoring software to find out if your child is violating the basic human rights of another through online bullying…

February 28, 2012
Illinois Human Rights Commission endorses anti-bullying legislation
Commission also joins forces with Prevent School Violence Illinois Coalition
From the GateHouse News Service

Chicago, Ill. — The Illinois Human Rights Commission (IHRC) has unanimously endorsed HB 5290, legislation proposed by Rep. Kelly Cassidy (D-Chicago) that would build on the Illinois School Violence Act and call on the Illinois State Board of Education (ISBE) to develop a template for a statewide model bullying prevention policy. The Commission also voted to join the Prevent School Violence Illinois Coalition. Read more ›


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