All schools have a legal responsibility to provide their students with a safe environment in which to learn. However, this does not appear to be…

We all know about the benefits of social media — keeping in touch with friends and family as well as loves ones living overseas being…

An elite Melbourne school has encouraged its students not to focus on perfection but to embrace failure in an attempt to build resilience and teach…

Bullying, as many people know, can be a tremendously painful experience for a young person. The point has been driven home over the last decade…

My passion for the wellbeing of the children, teachers and parents inspired me to challenge myself to discover and create ways to affirm pro-social behaviour….

Matthew Wearing had nightmares about going to school. He remembers being severely bullied, and being dismissed and laughed at, as though he were a “second class student”….

Half of Year 8s and 9s are tuning out of classroom activities and more than 70 per cent have experienced bullying, the state’s largest ever…

Existing anti-bullying policies and procedures inform employers and employees of their rights and responsibilities in relation to bullying within the workplace. Consequences, as they relate…

Men working in the most “masculine” jobs are at a greater risk of taking their own lives, prompting new measures to overhaul workplace culture and convince them…

After this year’s No More Harm Conference, our Silver Partner, Learning Seat, have put together a free Workplace Bullying Prevention Toolkit that organisations can use…