Respect & bullying


One in four young Australians report being bullied on a regular basis (2017). source

Bullying. No Way!: find resources, information and facts about bullying which are relevant to Australia. source

Lawstuff (Bullying at School): this page is based on the law about bullying at public schools in Tasmania and is easy to read and navigate. source

Reach a fact sheet on cyber bullying; what it is, what it looks like, how it affects people and what you can do about it. source

Australian Human Rights Commission: supportive bystanders help protect and support those being bullied. Find out more about being a supportive bystander. source

Office of the Children’s eSafety Commissioner: games, quizzes and videos, plus advice about how to make a complaint about cyberbullying source Rewrite Your Story, for teenagers, is about real life stories; giving positive advice and support. source

Kids Helpline: tips and information about bullying and cyberbullying. Get help, ask questions and find support (phone, email, webchat); it’s safe and free. source

Bullying UK: make decisions in the interactive anti bullying video, design a poster and submit it to the gallery, and view the resources- there’s heaps of useful advice. source

Check out our YouTube playlist for some short videos on respect & bullying.

Project Rockit TV: real talk on tough topics. Short videos by young people to get you thinking and give you strategies about bullying, online hate and social leadership.

My Great Big Adventure – Prejudice: 15 minute episode of this highly recommended Australian series.

Tagged: what you do online can affect your whole world.

Reach Out: pitch in to help others, join the conversations, share the knowledge.

Other learning resources

A Fairer World has posters, classroom activities, books, DVDs and web links on peace and conflict issues – from bullying through to global conflict. Contact us for a complete list of resources available free or on loan to members.

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