Interligne begins anti-bullying campaign
Interligne, a Montreal-based support organization specializing in sexual orientation and gender diversity, has begun an online campaign called “Take Action Against Bullying.” The contest features a series of online videos that will be posted to social media sites from June 3 to 7. They will also be posted at <http://agis.interligne.co/concours>. The videos were produced by the winners of a script contest that began eight months ago and are intended to raise awareness of issues related to prejudices regarding gender.
“The teams that won the contest were very creative and came up with situations that are very real for thousands of young people,” said Pascal Vaillancourt, general manager of Interligne. “What's even more interesting about this project is that each of the videos ends on a hopeful note, or points the way to a solution for young people who may need support.”