I think their needs to be more serious consequences like a criminal record. I think if this was put in place there would be a significant decrease in cyberbullying reports because if young people knew such consequences like a criminal record they might rethink their actions. Also Bystanders might also need some consequences, because it is also up to them to do something about it, rather then letting it happen! Who else agrees?
I believe that in order to protect young people from being cyberbullied we should have more ads of awareness that this is occurring and also, have people who have been cyberbullied come to schools to give their insight into what has occurred for them and what they did to protect themselves.
I think there needs to be a productive way for people to access resources from the Queensland Government such as the Bullying No Way website campaign. But set up a program especially for youth who are disadvantaged and don't get access to relevant training on learning how to cope with cyberbullying, what cyberbullying is and how to support another person who is cyberbullied. We should act fast in supporting our young people of today before it is too late. There need to be workshops put into place, where facilitators go into the schools and talk about these issues at assemblies and putting together a fun engaging programme to support the development of Saying No to Cyberbullying. Call it Cyber No Zone.
The word community means unison to me. It means that we come together and support one another over the difficult times in life. It means a sense of belonging. In a community everyone has a say and a part
any good opportunities are important to young people! Jobs can mean young people can earn money. Educations opportunities mean I can increase my understanding and knowledge. culture opportunities can further my knowledge about the culture.
My parents support my ideas and what I want to be when I grow up. If I am stressed out with school or friendships they give me good advice. hey push me to try my best because they want me to have a good future!