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Providing the Bebo community with access to independent, expert advice from support organisations
Me, Myself, and I
The Bebo Be Well centre aims to provide the Bebo community with a central source of information, support and advice on issues relating to mental health, crime, social care and well-being.

Everyone's talking about TEEN VIOLENCE and discussing how to stay safe on our streets. At Bebo we're not about one-way lectures so tell us what you think, post comments and share your experiences on the issues here or visit one of the profiles shown in the ‘Street Crime Partners’ module below.

This is the place on Bebo where you can find organisations providing specialist advice and support on their areas of expertise. Bebo Be Well will grow to include partner organisations from across the globe.

Bebo is actively seeking to extend the number of organisations participating in the Be Well centre.

Organisations interested in joining Be Well should contact Rachel O'Connell, chief safety officer, by clicking the 'Contact' link located at the bottom of every page.

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  • Oxfam - Breakdancing mums headspin for decent healthcare

    Carrying on from the hand-in of our giant, knitted petition, expectant mums have been gathering in five different countries for short flashmobs to raise awareness of the scandal that millions of women in poor countries and around the world aren't getting the healthcare they need for a safe and healthy pregnancy.

    Along London's Southbank passers by were met with the unusual sight of 'pregnant' mums back-flipping their bumps.

    The dancers in the video weren't really pregnant; they were professionals wearing pregnancy suits. But the idea was to say to people: "Dancing like this when you're pregnant is dangerous. But for mums in poor countries - who often give birth without access to midwives, hospitals, or medicines - pregnancy is an even bigger gamble."

    Watch the video at www.bebo.com/oxfam If you like the video, why not tap your neighbour on the shoulder at work and show it to them? Or you could email it to your mum. Either way, by passing it on you'll be helping us raise awareness of the issue ahead of the UN Millennium Development Goals Summit, where world leaders will meet to discuss progress on tackling global poverty.

    The Millennium Development Goal 5 pledged to reduce the number of women dying in pregnancy or childbirth by 75 per cent, but it is the Goal most off track. World leaders must ensure that the promises they made are put back on track.
    Similar flashmobs also went on in Paris, Berlin, Utrecht and Canada, which you can see by browsing over to YouTube http://www.youtube.com/view_play_lis...

    Thanks to breakdancers Rosa, Odilia and Stella, and Yami and Sunanda from Flowzaic, and thanks to Zan Barberton for filming.

    Oxfam www.bebo.com/oxfam

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  • Stop Street Violence

    Have your say about street crime and take positive action against knives. Share your thoughts on the issues on Bebo Be Well or visit one of the official street crime profiles:

    Channel 4 Disarming Britain

    STOP Knife Crime

    There are links to professional bodies who can offer support and advice if needed.

    What are you waiting for? Over to you!

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Flashmob: Pregnant women breakdancing in London

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  • Kate'Reilly
    Anonymous Bebo User

    Anonomous Bebo User has an obsession hai..:o

  • Anonymous Bebo User

    good stuff 8)

  • Anonymous Bebo User

    thanks good work bless ya !!

  • Old Bebo.
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    hey, i reckon that pose is totally awesome:D

  • Senalicious Oiler
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    hi nice to say u a words.

    Anonymous Bebo User

    Hi, good idea....nice to see....

  • Desmond Devlin
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    Your Health is your Wealth! Old Irish Expression.

  • Rise
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    Hi I was wondering if it is possible that you could put this page under the 'New Zealand' section rather than the members part? The RISE team

  • Lossither
    Anonymous Bebo User

    i cant comment on peopels pages and i cant upload and vidoes or pics how do i get help

  • Lossither
    luv Anonymous Bebo User

    Hi am having a broblm uploading vidoes from youtube.com and problms commenting on peoples pages how can i get help with this??

  • Karen Crampton
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    tis is actually really good idea.. fair play ;) Luv is rare. You can only give it 3 times a day.

  • ' Tatiiana
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    our mean alsom i mean

  • Matu Taki
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    hi there guys, i work LeVa (www.leva.co.nz) pacific mental health workforce development organisation that is hoping to appeal to young pacific people in new zealand and get them interested in a career in mental health. we plan to do this via a cool bebo site and i was wanting some help doing this. we're planning the group page and we're wanting to call it 'the hook'. at the moment the url bebo.com/thehook is taken so we've had to go with 'thahook'. Part of our plan to 'keep our finger on the pulse' is to do a monthly survey asking questions relevant to youth mental health. the 'group' section doesn't seem to have this capability at the moment. . or does it? please if you could get back to me asap about this, it would be much appreciated. cheers

  • Anonymous Bebo User

    sumtymsz when i g0 t0 sign up f0r ah page, iht saysz 'u xann0t usze thisz website.. d0 u kn0 y?

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    Cool Page ! People of all ages should be able to come here with their issues !! Fairplay


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A place where we can exchange advice on surviving as a "special" parent or just to share our experiences etc. Parents room is a place we can hang out, chat, fight,fart, kiss n make up - all that kinda stuff. Regular peeps in there are sound and most of us get along ok..........

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