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NCAB works closely with school communities, governments and industry. It plays an important role in speaking out for children and advocating for their right to be free from violence and bullying.Read More >
NCAB's seventh biennial conference, Towards Bullying Solutions – Theory and Practice, was held on 28 and 29 July 2016 at the Crown Conference Centre, Melbourne.Read More >
Find research based bullying advice and resources suitable for young adults, parents and teachers.Read More >
A recent study of bullying in Australian schools sought to understand how the parents of bullied children thought and felt about what was happening to their children.
The National Centre Against Bullying congratulates our Chair, The Hon Joseph Kay on being the recipient of Member [AM] In The General Division Of The Order Of Australia.
These steps have been created by experts at the Alannah & Madeline Foundation’s National Centre Against Bullying and is a vital guide for parents, teachers and children who need to know how to manage the issue.
Bullying has traditionally been seen by schools as a behaviour problem that requires sanctions or consequences to “stop the behaviour from happening again”.
Six Resolutions from the NCAB 2016 Conference.
Parents of children attending selected Government schools were asked to complete an online questionnaire in which they could provide their views on how their child’s school was handling bullying.
It is the staff and administrators of schools that model behaviours for our young people and the way they interact with one another can tell us a lot about the behaviours they expect or allow of young people within their care.
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