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Fighting cyberbullies

The Queensland Government has launched two new campaigns for young people and parents and carers to stop cyberbullying together. The Stand By Us campaign targets parents, carers and trusted adults and lets them know how they can best help and support young people experiencing cyberbullying. The campaign is complemented by free online cyberbullying training and resources. The Swipe It Away campaign aims to empower young people to take back their powerby encouraging them to talk with someone they trust to come up with a plan to address cyberbullying together. The Stop Cyberbullying portal provides advice for young people experiencing cyberbullying and resources to support parents and carers, as well as connecting users to a range of support services.

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