Bullying is a difficulty that many children may now experience. It can happen at school, in sporting groups or online. Bullying is an important issue that needs to be addressed by parents, carers, the community and young people as well. On this page there are some resources that provide some information about what bullying is, how it can affect children and young people and what we can all do to address bullying.
Interviews of young people that have been bullied and have also been the bully.
It Gets Better-U R Not Alone
A young man’s story of coming out, homophobic bullying and how to find the support you need! U R Not Alone.
headspace - we've got your back against bullying
Ruby Rose, Dylan Lewis, James Mason and others share their personal experiences of bullying and give advice on what you can do.
Dont Feed The Trolls
What to do about Cyberbullying.
Make cyberspace a better place - Amy - Sexting
Amy falls victim to sexting. Learn what sexting is and how to make cyberspace a better place.
Make cyberspace a better place - George - Cyberbullying
George discovers that he is a cyberbully. Learn what cyberbullying is and how to make cyberspace a better place.
Make cyberspace a better place - Katie - Cybersafety
Katie discovers the internet isn’t always what it seems. Learn about cybersafety and how to make cyberspaace a better place.
When a group of high-school friends posts an online rumour about a rival, it sparks a chain reaction that leaves no one untouched. Cyberbullying, sexting, filmed fights and police action ensue—will these friends be Tagged forever?