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Vibewire

 Vibewire.net is a project of non-profit youth media and arts organisation Vibewire Inc and is designed to provide young Australians with a forum where they can comment on matters pertinent to their lives. In our society where the local media is inaccessible to most young people, vibewire.net seeks to offer an alternative channel for youth expression, for those who are creative, political, or just plain interested. Our goal is to engage young people in active citizenship through their involvement with local arts, culture, politics, current affairs, poetry, fiction, ideas and beliefs. The website is run for youth by youth and relies on your participation and active involvement to work. You can submit an article, write blogs, or provide us with images, video or podcast material. Simply follow the link below to learn how to join and become a member. Visit Vibewire

 

Project Australia

We are a national organisation helping people get their socially-focussed ideas off the ground. If people have ideas/projects relating to school bullying etc. with which they would like help, contact us via our website. Visit Project Australia

Somazone

A youth health website that offers young people a safe space to share stories and ask questions about bullying and other harassment, mental health issues, relationships, drugs, sexual health and body image. Visit Somazone

The Freedom Centre

The Freedom Centre website has heaps of info and creative stuff for young people who are lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans*, intersex, queer, or questioning their sexuality or gender (LGBTIQQ) and their supporters!
 Freedom Centre is a drop-in centre in Perth, Western Australia for LGBTIQQ young people (under 26) to get information and peer support. Visit the Freedom Centre

Illawarra Q Info

Information about the Gay, Lesbian, Bi-sexual, Transgender, Queer communities and services in Wollongong, the Illawarra and South Coast, New South Wales, Australia. Visit Illawarra Q Info

Onpsych

onpsych provides psychological services to all schools in the greater Melbourne area. Although our administration is based in Mornington our psychologists work all over greater Melbourne,as far north as Kilmore, as far south as the Mornington Peninsular, as far east as Officer and as far west as Melton. Visit onpsych

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Sabina Nowak
May 30, 2008 9:41am [ 1 ]

Further resources:

PACT is Queensland-wide program that supports children and young people who might have to give evidence at court, for example after charges are laid by Police for child abuse or bullying. For more information look at our website www.pact.org.au

Also Kids Help Line is a free telephone and internet counselling service for kids under 18 throughout Australia. Phone 1800 55 1800 or web www.kidshelp.com.au

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