A community that shares content to advocate for an anti-cyberbullying ethos in higher education. This page is monitored by Prevent Cyberbullying.
A youth-focused initiative designed to inspire, ignite and enable positive change within digital spaces.
While also providing social justice tools for combating bias and hate crimes in all its forms, Stop the Hate seeks to foster a community that supports anti-hate.
A community for young people who ask tough questions about sexting and technology. The Line Facebook page is monitored by Our Watch.
The Bully project is home to various film projects and information that invites a global audience to stand against bullying.
An independent not-for-profit peak body leading diversity and inclusion in the workplace.
A service supporting the transgender, gender diverse and gender questioning community of New South Wales.
News and upcoming events
At Prevent Cyberbullying in Higher Education, we are always on the lookout for ways for people to connect and get informed about cyberbullying! If you know of any news or events, we welcome you to send in a submission so we can promote it here.
On the 1st and 2nd of June, this conference will facilitate discussions about bullying in cyberbullying in Australian schools, workplaces, and the wider community.
This website is dedicated to helping Australians have safe and positive online experiences.
An excellent centre for up-to-date information about online bullying. This site also houses information about US cyberbullying laws.
Affordable Colleges (AC) Online provides a comprehensive list of information about cyberbullying in university and how to get help.
On this New Zealand (NZ) website, you can read a description of cyberbullying, how the NZ law views online bullying, and ways to stay online.
This US government website outlines the tactics of cyberbullies and ways that parents and teachers can prevent cyberbullying.
The National Anti-Bullying Research and Resource Centre (ABC) leads in research, resource development and training in bullying in Ireland.
This quiz provides insight into the 'creeps' whom people can encounter in their digital life.
Reach Out provides access to forums, action plans and various resources for young people who have experienced cyberbullying.
This Australian website provides information for employers and workers on how to manage the risks of workplace bullying.
The Australian Cybercrime Online Reporting Network (ACORN) helps people to recognise and report cybercrime.
Although developed for students from a regional university in Australia, this webpage provides self-help resources to help any students in higher education manage their own conflict.
This free online resource provides an educational guide on bullying and substance abuse.
This campaign offers resources to identify harmful behaviours and start a conversation to address these. Although it is designed to help children, it is also useful to help be conscious of the behaviour of you and your peers.
Bully Zero aims to prevent cyberbullying and bullying in schools, workplaces and online around Australia by providing important information and programs.
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