Author: <span>Youth Legal Service</span>
Stop Cyberbullying 2022 Campaign
In 2022 Youth Legal Service continues to call out online bad behaviour and cyberbullying by saying #Stop.
Bullying on TikTok
Tik Tok has quickly become one of the most popular social media platforms with now more than 755 million users world-wide.
Mind the Gap – Awareness of online risks
Over the last three years, the eSafety Commission has released a paper on different aspects of young people’s online behaviour.
Online Safety Act 2021
The On-line Safety Act 2021 (Cth) came into effect on 23 January this year.
Young People Online in 2022
The on-line space continues to evolve as we adapt how we communicate, date and interact with each other.
Research shows one in four young people are contacted by strangers online.
Things you can do if you are being cyberbullied
Cyberbullying and online harassment can leave us feeling we have no control and nothing we can do. Feeling powerless and helpless can make us feel
Bullying on Facebook
If you are experience bullying or harassment on Facebook, do not think it will necessarily go away or that Facebook will pick it up. Don’t
Trolls are a type of cyberbully who enjoy inflicting ridicule on other people and humiliating them. Their aim is to try and make people angry
Microaggression and Bullying
Hear the word “bully” or “bullying”, and what images come to mind for you? Someone who is being mean or nasty?