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Leading youth-driven positive impact since 2006

Uniting young people against (cyber)bullying

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Join forces with over half a million young Aussies

For over 15 years we've been mobilising Aussie school students against bullying by equipping them with the empathy and skills to take real action. Check out our award-winning face-to-face and online programs today.

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our vision

A WORLD WHERE KINDNESS AND RESPECT THRIVE OVER BULLYING, HATE AND PREJUDICE AND EVERY YOUNG PERSON IS FREE TO REALISE THEIR POTENTIAL

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We've worked with over 500,000 young people

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We've worked with over 2500 Aussie schools

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of participants feel equipped to challenge (cyber)bullying

How do we do it?

YOUTH-DRIVEN PROGRAMS

We run strengths-based workshops BY young people, FOR young people. Through role plays, experiments and interactive discussion, our trained program presenters support students to take action against (cyber)bullying, understand online consent and foster their wellbeing, lean into leadership, break down prejudice and create environments where diversity is celebrated.

ONLINE LEARNING

Building on an award-winning online program, our online workshops help young people thrive - on and offline. Through a highly creative delivery designed for students spanning years 5-9, our online workshops use interactive polls and dynamic content to share practical strategies to build healthy digital wellbeing and empower young people to challenge (cyber)bullying.

PARTNERSHIPS FOR IMPACT

We partner with the major social media platforms to grow digital wellbeing in young people and provide positive impact to students with youth-led content, no matter their location. Since 2019, our Digital Ambassadors program powered by Facebook and Instagram has impacted over 14,000 Aussie students from 264 schools through in-person and online events.

PROJECT ROCKIT students stand to build better relationships, foster empathy and reinvent themselves in new and wonderful ways...this is why working with them in your school, workplace or in person, makes a difference.

Adam Somes, Kingswood College