IKEA’s Anti Bullying Video Uses Plants To Make A Point About How We Talk To Each Other I can still hear my mother’s age-old warning loud and clear in my mind: “If you have nothing nice to say, don’t say anything at all.” Like most children, I didn’t exactly have much of a filter growing
Once again we have lost another beautiful soul to bullying. In the face of their tragic loss, the brave family of Amy “Dolly” Everett have established a trust called “Dolly’s Dream” to raise awareness of bullying, anxiety, depression, and youth suicide, and on social media had been using the hashtags #stopbullyingnow and #doitforDolly. Cyber-bullying campaign launched
It’s Lisa’s heartwrenching story about her daughter, a victim of bullying in 2017 that must make us all think about how we can bring to an end heartless bullying in Australia. How can we help Lisa and her daughter overcome the bullies, the bullying, the stigma, the outdated attitudes of the school and it’s staff?
Bullying complaints could swamp the Australian Fair Work Commission when it begins hearing cases in January 2014 because the Gillard government did not apply adequate methods to filter out dubious or unsuitable claims, a workplace academic says. And a corporate law firm has warned businesses they need to take steps to ensure they do not
Victoria’s anti-bullying legislation, known as Brodie’s Law, commenced in June 2011 and made serious bullying a crime punishable by up to 10 years in jail. Brodie’s Law was introduced after the tragic suicide of a young woman, Brodie Panlock, who was subjected to relentless bullying in her workplace. Brodie’s Law makes serious bullying a criminal
The statistics on cyberbullying are staggering.. 95% of social media-using teens who have witnessed cruel behavior on social networking sites say they have seen others ignoring the mean behavior; 55% witness this frequently (PEW Internet Research Center, FOSI, Cable in the Classroom, 2011) 84% have seen the people defend the person being harassed; 27% report seeing
National Day of Action against Bullying and Violence The 2014 National Day of Action against Bullying and Violence is on Friday 21 March 2014. This annual day provides a focus for all schools to say Bullying. No Way! and to strengthen their existing everyday messages that bullying and violence at school are not okay at
Chloe just couldn’t handle it anymore. After enduring almost eight years of relentless bullying, Chloe took her own life. She was just 15-years-old. Chloe’s story featured in an episode of 60 Minutes called Chloe’s Law. Throughout the episode, reporter Allison Langdon spoke to Chloe’s family and friends about what led their beloved Chloe to think