Join the kindness revolution happening in Malaysia’s schools.
Approximately 84% of Malaysian children experience some form of bullying before they turn 18, with psychological effects reaching as far as adulthood.
Some of those who do manage to escape it either do so by fighting back, entering gangs for protection, or becoming bullies themselves, because hurt people hurt people.
We want to break this cycle.
Register your School!
If you want to organize a kindness week at your school, you can sign up and we will tell you what you can do to help with the campaign!
Join the 5-Day Baik Hati Challenge!
During National Kindness Week (2-6 April), snap a daily photo based on the Kindness Theme of the day and win an awesome Kindness Package for your teachers day celebration from Digi!
Join the kindness revolution happening in Malaysia’s schools & communities
How To Pledge?
STEP 1: Like Our Page
To Pledge, like our facebook page by clicking the button below. Then, proceed to step 2.
STEP 2: Share
Tell all your friends that you have pledged by clicking the button below with the #StandTogether
STEP 3: Build A Case For Change
Share your opinions on kindness and bullying with u-report by UNICEF. Your voice could make a change. Click the button and type “standtogether” to help.
Kendali sifat marah anda, bersama Arwind Kumar
Arwind Kumar wants you to keep calm and manage your anger!It's easy to get angry but for the LAST DAY of #NationalKindnessWeek, let's all learn how to stay cool.For more StandTogether National Kindness Week educational videos, go to www.standtogether.my/videos. #StandTogetherMYPosted by R.AGE on Thursday, 5 April 2018
Bagaimana untuk berdamai?, bersama Daiyan Trisha
We all have disagreements and arguments with others, even friends. Here, Daiyan Trisha shares some top tips on how to manage those conflicts.It's the last school day of #NationalKindnessWeek but you can still promote kindness in your school by sharing the videos and resources at www.standtogether.my/videos! #StandTogetherMYPosted by R.AGE on Thursday, 5 April 2018
What’s Happened So Far
Building A Bully: The Story of Nhaveen
The tragic story of teenager T. Nhaveen, and that of countless bullying victims across the country.Support the StandTogether campaign for a National Kindness Week in all schools. Register your school here at www.standtogether.my.Posted by R.AGE on Monday, 22 January 2018
Tengku Zatashah supports #StandTogether
Selangor Princess Tengku Zatashah Idris had a happy school life, and now she wants to help other kids have the same by supporting the StandTogether National Kindness Week.Organise a National Kindness Week in your school this April! Download the FREE programme at www.standtogether.my, and join the competition to win up to RM1,000 in grant funding.Posted by R.AGE on Friday, 23 March 2018
Harith Iskander & Jezamine supports #StandTogether
The funniest man in the world wants YOU to take part in the National Kindness Week student competition!Listen to Harith Iskander and Dr Jezamine Lim, and go to www.standtogether.my/competition to register today. Deadline is in ONE DAY!And while you're there, register your school for the StandTogether National Kindness Week as well! Tell your teachers or principals about it, and they can sign your school up.Posted by R.AGE on Wednesday, 21 March 2018
Altimet supports the #StandTogether National Kindness Week
Rapper Altimet has joined the StandTogether campaign for more kindness in schools! Register your school at www.standtogether.my, and take part in the competition to win RM1,000 and a celebrity visit to your school!Posted by R.AGE on Sunday, 25 February 2018
Ismail Izzani supports #StandTogether
Teen sensation Ismail Izzani received some pretty horrible messages on social media when he started his career. Now, he's pushing back against bullying through the StandTogether campaign.Join the student-driven StandTogether National Kindness Week campaign! Register your school at www.standtogether.my.Even if you're not a student, get your former schools involved!Posted by R.AGE on Wednesday, 28 March 2018
"The teachers warned him, but they didn't take it seriously because they didn't see anything. And also probably at the particular time, they thought 'Boys at 10 years old, what can you really expect'"We spoke to Hosanna for our first episode of Building A Bully. Watch the full documentary at www.standtogether.my.Posted by R.AGE on Wednesday, 14 February 2018