This Anti-Bullying Video Created By 15-Year-Old For Dolly’s Dream Charity Will Give You Chills

“Are your words doing damage?”


Carly Heading

18 September 2019

Carly Heading

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Dolly's Dream

 It's no secret that in Australia, we all know the name of the beautiful Dolly Everett. 

Last year, Dolly’s story was made aware across the whole country after she sadly took her own life after non-stop bullying at just 14 years old.

Dolly’s parents, Kate and Tick Everett, have done everything they can to use their daughter's story to help create and raise awareness about cyberbullying.

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They have created the anti-bullying charity, Dolly’s Dream, and today they have launched their first anti-bullying video and it will give you chills.

The video is targeted at teens and it is even made by a teen.

The first video campaign was directed by 15-year-old filmmaker Charlotte MacLaverty.

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Billie Eilish also took part in the powerful video and it shows how the impacts of cyberbullying can happen anytime and anywhere and even when we should feel safe at home… it can still find a way to be present in our own home.

Watch the powerful video here.

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If you are concerned about your own emotional wellbeing, are experiencing a personal crisis or are concerned about someone else, contact Lifeline on 13 11 14 or at www.lifeline.org.au

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