Australia launches anti-bullying website

03/16/2012 | International Business Times

In Australia, a new website is intended to curb childhood bullying by educating students and parents. The website, launched by the Council of Australian Education Ministers, includes information about bullying and how to address it. "In the cyber world, it's much easier for people to be involved in bullying without being identified in a physical way. ... Bullying is not acceptable by phone, online, through Facebook or other social media sites," said Federal Education Minister Peter Garrett.

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