Girls more subject to peer cyberbullying than boys


About 20 percent of students have been or maybe/probably are subject to peer cyberbullying in the past year. According to gender, girls have been the subject of peer cyberbullying to a greater extent than boys. Based on ethnicity, one third of Roma students have been subject to peer cyberbullying, which is significantly more than any other ethnic community, shows a survey conducted by the Institute for Human Rights (IHR) titled “Cyber-bullying in secondary schools in North Macedonia”.

The dominant form of cyberbullying, according to the survey, is gossip, making up a 35.8 percent of the total number of confirmed or possible cases. Gossiping significantly impacts girls, while boys are subject to unwanted messages on social media or being ignored/ excluded, compared to girls.

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