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Addressing Bullying Behaviour

Addressing Bullying Behaviour in Children and Young People

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The Commissioner for Children and Young People WA invites you to this free forum during Children’s Week 2015.

Winthrop Professor Donna Cross from the Telethon Kids Institute and the University of Western Australia will outline innovative ways to reduce harm to children and young people from online and offline bullying.


The forum will review 12 years of ongoing research investigating bullying behaviour and include presentations from the President of the WA School Psychologists Association Eileen Kuruckchi and two young people involved in the Cyber Savvy research currently being conducted in WA schools.



DATE: Tuesday 27 October 2015


TIME: 7pm to 8.30pm


VENUE:  Churchlands Concert Hall (located on Churchlands Senior High School)

      20 Lucca St, Churchlands

CONTACT DETAILS: Diana Dudek 6213 2297 




Teachers, psychologists, social workers and other professionals will find this seminar relevant to their work, and interested parents are also welcome to attend.


If you have specific access or mobility needs please advise Diana Dudek on diana.dudek@ccyp.wa.gov.au or 6213 2297