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Cyberstalking: What Is Cyberstalking and What to Do if You're a Victim

The developers of CallerSmart - an
app that helps people outsmart unwanted and unknown callers - have produced an online guide to cyberstalking to help people understand what it is and what to do. You'll find the guide here.




Self-harm 'motivated primarily by bullying'

A large survey looking into why young people self-harm has revealed that being bullied is the main reason they first injure themselves. More







Would You Know if Your Child Was Being Bullied?

Click here to read 4 Tips to Keep Them From Becoming a Victim









Cybersmart website: Key resources to help protect young Australians

The Cybersmart website, developed by the Australian Communications and Media Authority, is part of the Australian Government's ongoing commitment to provide a safe online environment for all families - especially children. Cybersmart provides activities, resources and practical advice to help young kids, teens and parents to safely enjoy the online world. You'll also find training and resources for schools and materials for library staff.






For Parents: Resources to help you 'get up to speed'
As a parent it's sometimes difficult to understand how, or why children target other children. Would you know if your child was being targeted by a bully? And what about the variety of technology that has added to the school bully's arsenal? How can you help your children have safe, and positive online experiences?  This web page provides a number of resources for parents to 'get up to speed' about the challenges of the online world facing children today.  






For Parents: Stop Cyberbullying website

"C
yberbullying is limited only by the imagination and bandwidth". Watch the intro to get an idea of what cyberbullying is and the types of actions it can involve. The website also offers a range of guides about cyberbullying applicable for young people 7-10, 11-13 and 14-17 years of age.






Bullying. No way! website
Bullying. No Way!
is managed by the Safe and Supportive School Communities (SSSC) Working Group. The SSSC includes education representatives from the Commonwealth and all states and territories, as well as national Catholic and independent schooling representatives.




 
 
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