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WEBSITES


Bullying Inspire Foundation [2018]

This is part of Reach Out!, a web-based service that inspires young people to help themselves through tough times. It gives practical advise on dealing with bullying and has links to an interactive space and a community forum where support can be found.



Bullying in schools and what to do about it [2018]

Offers practical suggestions to teachers and parents on how to overcome the problem of bullying and harassment in Australian schools. Explains the effect of bullying on the victim, how and why children bully and the social impact of bullying. Details the author's publications, with links to other resources and articles on how to minimise bullying.



Bullying. No way! [2018]

Children, parents and teachers will find information on this site to help them deal with the problem of bullying. Examines the issues of bullying in schools and the community and provides strategies and suggestions to help deal with situations of bullying. The "Chill out space" section allows children to express their feelings on bullying issues using a variety of formats. The "Talk out" section allows moderated discussion on bullying issues and a comprehensive resource section provides a wealth of information for parents and teachers.



Buz build up zone -- Busselton: [2018]

This site will help children who are experiencing bullying or just finding it hard to make friends. Describes useful strategies and advice to help children overcome these problems and provides a forum for children to discuss issues of concern. There are links to safe children's Internet sites, workshop information and current events.



Children's Safety Australia -- Corinda, QLD: Children's Safety Australia [2018]

A website providing access to information and advice on a large range of situations including personal safety, protective behaviours, bullying, abuse, household and road safety.



Cybersmart guide for families -- Canberra: Australian Communications and Media Authority [2018] 20 p.

This guide aims to provide practical advice and information on safe internet use in the home and in public spaces, such as at the library or internet cafes. In learning and applying safe internet skills, and sharing these with their children, parents can help to keep them safe, and ensure that the whole family enjoys positive internet experiences.



Protective Behaviours WA (Inc) -- Kensington, WA: Protective Behaviours WA Inc [2018]

A website for the organisation, Protective Behaviours WA (Inc), providing information on protective behaviours workshops, resources and current projects.



WEBSITES


Bullying Inspire Foundation [2016]

This is part of Reach Out!, a web-based service that inspires young people to help themselves through tough times. It gives practical advise on dealing with bullying and has links to an interactive space and a community forum where support can be found.



Bullying in schools and what to do about it [2016]

Offers practical suggestions to teachers and parents on how to overcome the problem of bullying and harassment in Australian schools. Explains the effect of bullying on the victim, how and why children bully and the social impact of bullying. Details the author's publications, with links to other resources and articles on how to minimise bullying.



Bullying. No way! [2016]

Children, parents and teachers will find information on this site to help them deal with the problem of bullying. Examines the issues of bullying in schools and the community and provides strategies and suggestions to help deal with situations of bullying. The "Chill out space" section allows children to express their feelings on bullying issues using a variety of formats. The "Talk out" section allows moderated discussion on bullying issues and a comprehensive resource section provides a wealth of information for parents and teachers.



Buz build up zone -- Busselton: [2016]

This site will help children who are experiencing bullying or just finding it hard to make friends. Describes useful strategies and advice to help children overcome these problems and provides a forum for children to discuss issues of concern. There are links to safe children's Internet sites, workshop information and current events.



Children's Safety Australia -- Corinda, QLD: Children's Safety Australia [2013]

A website providing access to information and advice on a large range of situations including personal safety, protective behaviours, bullying, abuse, household and road safety.



Cybersmart guide for families -- Canberra: Australian Communications and Media Authority 2009. 20 p.

This guide aims to provide practical advice and information on safe internet use in the home and in public spaces, such as at the library or internet cafes. In learning and applying safe internet skills, and sharing these with their children, parents can help to keep them safe, and ensure that the whole family enjoys positive internet experiences.



Protective Behaviours WA (Inc) -- Kensington, WA: Protective Behaviours WA Inc [2015]

A website for the organisation, Protective Behaviours WA (Inc), providing information on protective behaviours workshops, resources and current projects.