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 How can we help Lisa and her daughter overcome the bullies, the bullying, the stigma, the outdated attitudes of the school and it’s staff?
We saw this excellent film on the weekend which highlights cyber-bullying amoungst other issues related to use of the internet. It has to be said it is a dark film as director Henry Alex Rubin explores the destructive potential of the internet. The cyber-bullying involves an introverted teenage goth, when he becomes the victim of a
The statistics on cyberbullying are staggering.. 95% of social media-using teens who have witnessed cruel behaviour on social networking sites say they have seen others ignoring the mean behaviour; 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