Recent statistics released from the Office of the eSafety Commissioner reveal the startling fact that one in five young people have been targeted online. And now the eSafety Commissioner, Julie Inman Grant, is calling for cyberbullying to be added to the national school curriculum. Today, at the Women in Media event at the National Press Club of Australia, eSafety […]
The Australian Government Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet (PM&C) is using July as Innovation Month to highlight examples of innovation in the Australian Public Service (APS) that have real and measurable impacts. According to the Department, a good example is the effort to counter cyberbullying in the general population evidenced by the Office […]
Bullying is an issue that many of us have experienced – either as a target, bystander or aggressor.
This week’s release of Sony Pictures The Emoji Movie has prompted a reminder of the harmful presence of cyberbullying
Stressed, bullied and anxious students offered help via student wellness programs at school.
Suicidal thoughts and actions have doubled over the past decade in kids between 5 to 17, recent US study shows.
Bullying. No Way! is holding it’s 7th annual National Day of Action this Friday 7 March 2017 and aims to help schools across the country to deliver the message that bullying and violence is never okay.
CyberHound customers Suncoast Christian College and Immanuel Lutheran College speak to the Sunshine Coast Daily about online safety and the plea to keep kids safe.