Our Correspondent, Carl Edwards, has been speaking to Joseph and Leondre Devries from Port Talbot who have launched their own campaign to tackle bulling.
Joseph Devries and his brother Leondre experienced bullying and have launched their own campaign, writing and performing songs to give a voice to the victims.
Schools across Wales are now also able to offer school-based counselling services for those who have been affected by bullying in the first service of its kind in the UK.
– Education Minister Leighton Andrews
Unfortunately there are still too many children and young people in Wales who suffer at the hands of bullies. This is unacceptable. Bullying in any form often results in a loss of confidence and fear of speaking out. It is therefore vital that we make children and young people aware of the help and support available.
Adverts on the inside of 900 buses and on Facebook urge children and young people to get help with bullying in a new campaign.