Author: <span>Youth Legal Service</span>
Bullying, discrimination, microaggressions, all have one thing in common. They make us feel unsafe. Each of these words have a slightly different meaning.
The West Australian recently reported the case of a teacher forced to quit his job as a teacher at a Catholic school after he was
It is easy when we are feeling bored, or when we feel put down by another person to go onto social media and take it
Instagram like every other social media platform creates a platform for potential cyberbullying, harassment and just unpleasant behaviour.
Cat Fishing is when someone takes information and images, from another person, and uses them to create a new identity for themselves.
An internet troll is someone who intentionally comments rude or upsetting statements online in an attempt to get an emotional reaction out of others.
Superheroes may be different to us, but we can be the power for good by having the confidence and strength to be kind.
Sometimes it is challenging to know what to do or say, when we know people around us are being bullied either online or in person.
In 2022 Youth Legal Service continues to call out online bad behaviour and cyberbullying by saying #Stop.