Safety tips for women using social media Via eSafetyWomen, an initiative of the Office of the Children’s eSafety Commissioner forms part of the Australian Government’s Women’s Safety…

Australian workers are facing a mental health crisis, according to recently published research. A study by MinterEllison found that 56% of local organisations have experienced a year-on-year…

Recent Research has found that Australian school-age female athletes are bullied by their peers because of their sporting successes. Twelve high performance athletes were interviewed…

Cyberbullying is growing. It is a major concern to children, parents and guardians. But the cost doesn’t stop at the victim – it has long-term…

The 2017 No More Harm National Conference will be held at the Hotel Grand Chancellor in Brisbane over the 26 – 27 June.  The conference focus…

By Judith Lindenberger, President, The Lindenberger Group. “One office bully will email me and our boss and ask what they should do, excluding me. The…

Prof Kenneth Rigby, Adjunct professor University of South Australia. According to a recent government-funded survey of 167 Australian parents with children attending school, 50% reported…

The 2017 No More Harm National Conference will be held at the Hotel Grand Chancellor in Brisbane over the 26 – 27 June. The conference focus…

Hosted by the Australian and New Zealand Mental Health Association, the No More Harm Conference focuses on behaviour that causes harm; solutions; preventive measures and responses…

For both parents and children, starting ‘big school’ is a big deal. Even if your child has been involved in a school transition program, the challenge…