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Additional resources for teachers
These websites contain information and resources that you might also find useful:
Australian Human Rights Commission rightsED - human rights education resources for teachers to help students develop a critical understanding of human rights and responsibilities
Bullying. No Way! - Anti-bullying education for Australian Schools.
Safe Schools Coalition Australia - making schools safer and more inclusive for same sex attracted, intersex and gender diverse young people
Reconciliation South Australia: For schools - includes education packs, ideas for classrooms, ideas for schools and resources about Reconciliation
Safe Schools Hub - Information and resources for schools, parents and teachers related to the National Safe Schools Framework which works to build safe and supportive schools
Passport to Safety - an innovative national youth health and safety program with material for students and teachers
Play by the Rules - making sport inclusive, safe and fair
Play by the Rules posters for your sport - Posters that encourage safe, fair and inclusive sport initiatives. Posters are available for football, national rugby league, Australian football league, softball, bmx, pony club/equestrian, swimming, rugby union, gymnastics, netball, basketball, badminton, little athletics, cricket and ‘inclusion’.
Go Back to Where You Came From (SBS television series) - Resources for schools
Reach Out.com - information, support and referrals to help improve young people’s mental health and wellbeing
Department of Education and Child Development - Bullying and Harassment - policies and advice
Committee for Children - a nonprofit organisation working globally to prevent bullying, violence, and child abuse
Racism. No way! - Anti-racism education for Australian Schools
Mind Matters - strategies and curriculum programs to promote and protect the mental health and wellbeing of all members of the school community.
The Council for the Care of Children - working to make sure children and young people in South Australia are safe and have a good start in life.
National Children's and Youth Law Centre - advocacy - education - information
Lawstuff: Know your rights - legal information for young Australians
Writing Themselves In - the third national study on the sexual health and wellbeing of same sex attracted and gender questioning young people (link to PDF)
Buck the Bully - social media tools for students (ACTU website) - Links to social media tools that students can use to speak up about bullying at work and learn more about how to stop it.
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