Submit your abstract for the National No 2 Bullying Conference


The theme ‘Creating a generational change towards bullying: principle and practice’ will highlight the importance and impact of learning life skills in younger years to effectively deal with, and combat bullying, enabling the application of these skills into future working life.  The focus is on ‘lessons learned’ as a platform for preventing repeated behaviour while developing ongoing strategies within schools, workplaces and across the sectors.

The Program will feature presentations which are thought-provoking, researched and evidence-based and investigate best practice approaches to generational change.

Changing bullying behaviours takes time, commitment and consistency. Help make a difference by being part of this national conference.

This year's Conference streams include:

  • Schools;
  • Workplace;
  • Cyberbullying;
  • Higher Education;
  • Principle and Practice;
  • Prevention Strategies;
  • Lessons Learnt and;
  • Open

Presenters have the opportunity to publish their full paper in the Book of Proceedings with an ISBN. Both peer and non-peer reviewed papers are included for international distribution.

To be considered for inclusion in this program, submit your abstract online at:

Submissions must be received by COB Monday 18th January 2016.

More details can be found on the Conference website -

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact the conference secretariat.

Conference Secretariat
No 2 Bullying Conference, Gold Coast
18 - 19 April 2016

Secretariat: PO Box 29, Nerang, QLD 4211
Ph: 07 5502 2068   Fax: 07 5527 3298

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