Bully Zero is the leading and most influential anti-bullying and cyberbullying organisation for kids, teens and adults in Australia. We work to reduce and prevent bullying, cyberbullying, and other forms of digital abuse in schools, workplaces, online and in communities across our country.
We focus on preventing bullying by creating environments where everyone can thrive. We develop and deliver programs and initiatives that promote civility, inclusion and equality. We teach effective solutions on how to respond to all forms of bullying, as well as delivering practical education programs in the workplace, at school and online.
Some victims of bullying are so tormented that suicide has become their only option. One of these victims is Allem Halkic, a young boy who after being harassed online, took his own life. Allem’s tragic story was the catalyst to launching the Bully Zero Australia Foundation in 2013. Since launching five years ago, we have delivered programs to more than one million parents, teachers and students across this country. And in 2018 we have already connected with more than 6,000 participants through our bullying prevention, education and victim support programs.
Bullying isn't a problem that makes headlines every day. But every day it touches the lives of people all across Australia. No more families should suffer this helplessness, fear and devastating sorrow and no child or adult should feel so alone that they feel they have no choices. Bully Zero is empowered and committed to putting a stop to bullying, whether it takes place in school, at work or online. Together we will find the answers and change this culture, for good.