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New video released to coincide with the Australian National Day of Action Against Bullying and Violence

A group of Bond University Business students and staff have released a new YouTube video to coincide with the Australian National Day of Action Against Bullying and Violence on March 15. The video is the third in a series of student-led videos produced as part of the “One Goal, One Community: Moving beyond bullying and empowering for life” program.

The program is run out of the Bond University Centre for Applied Research in Learning, Engagement, Andragogy and Pedagogy (LEAP) and was designed using a “student as agent of change” framework where students are empowered with information and initiative to begin a ripple effect of positive change in their communities. We believe this initiative may be the largest student-led, commitment-based, community-oriented anti-bullying awareness initiative in the world.

Watch the videos:

NEW! Positive Change Starts With Me (2013):

Become A Defender (2012)

Join Us With One Goal (2011)

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