About the Conference

Historically, the No More Harm National Conference brings together 200+ delegates from all over Australia to review current bullying, harassment and discrimination issues in schools, workplaces and social environments.

Shining the light on a major issues of concern throughout the nation, the two-day No More Harm Conference will encompass presentations, discussions and interactive dialogues leading the way to prevent harmful behaviours. Renowned keynote speeches, professional presentations, interactive workshops and a variety of visual poster presentations will highlight the challenges and opportunities we face in eliminating bullying, harassment and discrimination.

Past Conferences

2018 No More Harm National Conference – Pullman Melbourne on the Park – 12-13 April 2018
2017 No More Harm National Conference – Hotel Grand Chancellor – 26-27 June 2017
2016 No2Bullying Conference – Mantra on View Surfers Paradise – 18-19 April 2016
2015 No2Bullying Conference – Outrigger Surfers Paradise – 29-30 June 2015
2014 No2Bullying Conference – QT Gold Coast – 6-8 April 2014
2013 No2Bullying Conference – Outrigger Surfers Paradise – 22-23 May 2013

Key Learning Objectives

  • Understand the prevalence of bullying and harassment, and the severity of its impact on individuals and organisations
  • Understand the responsibilities of all organisations and managers in effectively dealing with instances of bullying, harassment and discrimination
  • Identify key bullying, harassment and discriminating behaviours in the workplace
  • Recognise early signs and symptoms of suffering from harmful behaviour
  • Recognise the impact of unconscious bias in instances of bullying, harassment and discrimination
  • Develop confidence and ability to address instances with colleagues, managers and victims
  • Practice assertiveness and respectful communication at all times
  • Identify the options available for effectively dealing with bullying, harassment and discrimination
  • Learn how to prevent and minimise occurrences of bullying, harassment and discrimination

Who will benefit from attending?

  • Social Workers
  • Youth Workers
  • Psychologists
  • Psychiatrists
  • General Practitioners
  • Allied Health Professionals
  • Local Government
  • State Government
  • Academics and Researchers
  • Principals
  • Teachers
  • Human Resource Managers
  • Workplace Consultants
  • Education Services Advisors
  • Counsellors
  • Therapists
  • Workplace Health and Safety
  • Mental Health Workers

Delegate Profile 2018

We were joined by anti-bullying Educators, Directors & Assistant Directors, CEOs, CFOs, Behavioural Scientists, Crime Prevention Officers, Injury Prevention specialists, Lawyers, Psychologists, Psychiatrists, GPs, Nurses, Police, Founders, Teachers, School Development and Education Managers, Clinical Directors, Dispute Resolution Practitioners, Consultants, Policy & Program Managers, Disability Team Leader, Academics, Researchers and Professors.

  • NSW 31%
  • VIC 28%
  • QLD 17%
  • ACT 8%
  • SA 5%
  • WA 2%
  • TAS 2%
  • NT 1%

Conference Host:  Australian & New Zealand Mental Health Association

Website: anzmh.asn.au

The Australian & New Zealand Mental Health Association Inc. is a non government, not for profit organisation.  The role of the Association is to advance the field of mental health through the application of knowledge, from mental health education, training and research to mental health advocacy. Join the Association today – membership is free.