CEO and co-founder of Beat Bullying with Confidence Foundation Ron Prasad outlines two clear choices people face as a result of being bullied
Stories Tagged: Children
Beat Bullying with Confidence Foundation CEO Ron Prasad outlines some of the potentially disastrous long-term impacts of being bullied
Ron Prasad joins Charles on CMR to deliver some insights into just how rife bullying is across our society. It’s everywhere!
Two culturally strong Aboriginal women reach out to promote and support the benefits of connection to self, culture and country
Beat Bullying With Confidence CEO Ron Prasad returns to CMR to discuss the ever growing social problem of cyber bullying
Connecting Stolen Generations and supporting sexual abuse victims – it still goes on during COVID-19
Despite the pressures of coronavirus pandemic lockdowns, Aunty EvaJo Edwards continues her towards supporting victims of child sexual abuse and the Stolen Generations
Beyond maintaining its BWAYS Homework Club, VACSAL’s Bert Williams Centre team members extend the online program through COVID-19
With four school-age children at home during Melbourne’s Stage 4 coronavirus lockdowns, Elliejean Singh still manages full-time work…and a smile
While Victoria’s return to school stages are welcomed by many, for students who have had a respite from school place bullying, it’s bad news
Koorie Heritage Trust CEO Tom Mosby returns to CMR to discuss new activities and opportunities for artistic Koori young people.
Play Specialist Cat Sewell returns to CMR to provide some more brilliant suggestions for occupying children during coronavirus lockdown
It’s time to turn the isolation blues into nature walks, hopscotch, play dough time and even the good old mud pie.
The Indigenous Literacy Day events for 2020 move online. It’s a case of COVID-19 driving event accessibility to even more Australians
Play Specialist Cat Sewell joins CMR to provide some more amazing ideas for occupying children during – and beyond – lockdown.
Play Specialist Cat Sewell talks to CMR to help parents focus on work while occupying young children during lockdown
Nina Kelabora from Banyule Community Health talks about occupying and educating young children during social restrictions and lockdown