Monday, November 15, 2010
I took this screenprint on Stardoll today:
The Big March has begun! For those who don't know what it is, here's a little info:
Beatbullying.org is marking Anti-Bullying Week 2010 by staging The Big March, the world’s first fully online campaign, in conjunction with Action for Children, Children England, Young Minds, National Autistic Society, War Child, the Children’s Commissioner and leading children’s brands. The main event on 15th November (the start of Anti-Bullying Week) is an online march (no actual marching required) of thousands of specially created avatars across more than 60 participating websites including MTV, GirlguidingUK, Parent Dish and MumsNet, ending in an online presentation of a petition to David Cameron.
Joining in this unique “march” is easy. You and your family can do it from the comfort of your home or school, on your computer. Visit www.beatbullying.org/bigmarch, register and create your avatar. You will also be able to word your own placard and sign the online petition. Doing this will give you entry to the The Big March Park where you will be able to see other avatars and visit tents containing information from the campaign’s supporters. On 15th November your avatars will appear on dozens of websites in the unique online march.
And today it started. As you probably guessed Stardoll is one of those websites supporting the Big March (Where have you been the last week?) As you can see in the picture above the Big March is... there. Watcha waiting for? Join the Big March and fight against bullying!