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1. Is Know Bull! associated with the National Day of Action against Bullying and Violence?
Answer: No. The National Day of Action against Bullying and Violence is an initiative of Australian education ministers, who agreed to adopt a national approach to dealing with bullying in schools. The 5th National Day of Action against Bullying and Violence took place in March 2015. It is an annual event organised by Bullying. No Way! http://www.bullyingnoway.gov.au/

2. What is Know Bull! Day?
Answer:
Know Bull! Day is Australia's national day that's designed to raise awareness of, and highlight the need for promoting safe and respectful workplaces through the eradication of workplace bullying. The 7th annual Know Bull! Day takes place on 03 June 2015. You can read more here.  

3. Is Know Bull! a part of any government department?

Answer: No. Know Bull! is not affilated with any government department, or any of the various State and Territory, Workplace Health & Safety regulators (such as WorkSafe), or the Fair Work Commission (FWC). Know Bull! is 100 per cent independent. You can read more here.

4. Is Know Bull! Day funded by any Federal or State government, or department?
Answer: No. Neither the campaign known as
Know Bull! Day, or Know Bull! (the founder of Know Bull! Day), receives/seeks any funding.

5. Is Know Bull! associated in any way with the 'Safe Schools Coalition Australia' (SCCA) program?

Answer: No.
Know Bull! is not associated with, nor supports the 'Safe Schools' (SCCA) program. Further, Know Bull! considers the taxpayer-funded, 'Safe Schools' program that's currently operating in Australian primary and secondary schools - to be very 'unsafe'. Under the 'Safe Schools' program (which masquerades as an 'anti-bullying' program), children as young as 11 years old can be exposed to SCCA resources such as: gay and lesbian sex techniques, LGBT networks, sex toy website links, penis tucking, and chest binding for girls to inhibit breast growth - to name a few. A program such as this doesn't even belong in workplaces - let alone schools. (Click here if you wish to read the disturbing history of some of the architects of the 'Safe Schools' program.)


 
 
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