Bullying, Harassment and Discriminating Behaviour Solutions will be the focus of the No More Harm National Conference, Brisbane from 26 - 27 June 2017.

If you or your organisation have a new initiative, program or policy, the Program Committee want to hear from you. Expressions of interest to present a 30 minute session are currently being accepted. 

With six theme's of the program, your presentation may address one or more of the following topics,

  • Transitioning:Issues surrounding key transition periods within our lives as we move into school; into university; and into the workplace.  Also from one workplace to another across differing organisational culture. Coping mechanisms as we face new and challenging, sometimes intimidating transitions.  Hazing, initiation rites, favouritism to name a few.
  • Parent Enablement: Providing strategies and actions to support parents and the role of parenting as their children move from the kindergarten through university and into the workplace.  Stages of personal development and awareness in children and the role of the parent and/or carer.
  • Leadership: Addresses the abuse by those in leadership positions within specific workplace sectors. Why does it occur?  What can be done to combat abuse from those in leadership positions? Also encompasses the aspects of positive leadership.  Leadership that enables, motivates and creates allegiance.
  • Best Practice: Showcasing best practice preventative standards, policies and programs in schools, institutions and workplaces.  What has worked and what does not?  What can others learn from your story.
  • Diversity and Difference: Embracing diversity and incorporating differences within society to create positive outcomes.  The focus is on LGBTI, ATSI communities, people with disabilities, ageism, multicultural sectors. This can also include cultural diversity and moving into new communities.  Includes case studies and examples of policies and practices which embrace diversity and difference within schools, workplace, institutions, community and business groups.
  • Wellbeing and Prevention: Focusing on positive action in specific areas with population groups eg co-creating programs and platforms with young people for young people.  What helps or hinders the vulnerable in society to feel accepted? Addressing issues of cyberbullying; cyber-racism; and cyber-sexism.

For further information or to submit an abstract please visit the conference website.  Submissions close 13 March 2017

Partnership Opportunities

Showcase your organisation to delegates at the 2017 No More Harm National Conference by becoming a Sponsor and/ or Exhibitor. Book now to ensure your organisation is extensively promoted to our interested audience. 

There are a number of budget friendly packages available. Please contact the Conference Secretariat to secure your involvement. 

2017 No More Harm National Conference
Hotel Grand Chancellor, Brisbane 
26 – 27 June 2017

Conference Secretariat: Sarah Jones
Direct: 0403 762 892  
Phone: 07 5502 2068

Visit the website No More Harm for more details