Online Emotional and Legal supports for Cyberbullying & Domestic Violence Victims
The COVID-19 pandemic led the government to impose regional and national lockdown in several areas as an effort to reduce the spread of the virus.
This policy requires most people to carry out their duties from home and have impacted many aspects, such as the economy, education, to changes in people’s behaviour and daily routines. Increase in social media activities as a way for workers and students to carry out their duties from home also increased the occurrence of cases of cyberbullying.
The vulnerability of domestic violence cases are also increasing due to the implementation of the work from home system. Not only that, the layoffs carried out by a number of companies and resulting in an increase in unemployment also affected the mental condition of the people during the pandemic. The victims of these actions need help, although current conditions do not allow them to go outside of the house. Bullyid is presented to enable them to get help by staying at home still.
Bullyid as a platform that focuses on the protection of victims of bullying and violence, for the rampant mental health cases that occurred even worse due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Bullyid provides online on-demand mental health support and legal knowledge assistance to those in need.
Bullyid aims to:
- Listen, and provide you with emotional support in every single matters you have.
- Increase self-care and resilience in young people, equipping you to handle the challenges they may face during childhood, adolescence and adulthood.
- Increase awareness of law consequences of cyberbullying, physical and mental abuse cases, so then you know your rights as a victim.
- Encourage you to tell your stories, stand up and seek for justice.
- Improve your confidence, behaviour, attainment, and attendance.
“Individually, we are one drop. Together, we are an ocean.” – Ryunosuke Satoro