Welcome to Angels Hope!Angels Hope is a national organisation working to provide strategic programmes to reduce Bullying in our Schools and Online through education, legislative change and youth empowerment.
Angels Hope is also the Charity Partner for The Workplace Collective - an organisation working to reduce Bullying and Harassment in the Workplace, as well as Better Men which focuses on reducing Violence Against Women and driving legislative change to assist people experiencing Domestic Violence.
Angels Hope Cyber Initiative
The Angels Hope Cyber Initiative is a proposal to dramatically reduce Cyber Bullying and Trolling but will also help to catch the online Racists and Haters, Stalkers and Sex Predators. It is free, simple and most effective and we need your support in convincing the government that it should be implemented.Know More
Angels Hope Workplace
Angels Hope Workplace is an online resource to help people experiencing Workplace Bullying. The "Workplace" is a new resource from Angels Hope that pulls together all available resources for you to access in the one place as well as launching a Workplace Initiative to bring an end to Workplace Bullying.Know More
In 2013, there was an average of 22 cases at every high school across Australia of peer to peer bullying that is categorised as severe or extreme.
Whilst some progress has been made, we have so much further to go till we can ensure our children will as much of a bully free school environment as possible.
Online Bulllying is the scourge of the Internet with a reported 1 in 7 users of social media reporting cases of bullying online.
Online Bullying has been able to thrive through the anonimity provided by the internet and the inability for those Bullies to be indentified, however, there is a simple and clear way to fix this problem.
Violence Against Women
As a nation of our size, Australia has a shocking record in the prevention of Violence Against Women.
With an estimated 1 in 6 women to experience violence in their lifetime and 1 woman every week being killed by a current or former partner in a violence related incident, it is past time this problem was stopped.
Workplace Bullying in Australia is one of the most profilic employment problems today despite every business having Anti Workplace Bullying policies. For every case that is reported another 8 cases go unreported with workers suffering in silence.
Workplace Bullying damages careers, reputations, earning capabilities and even kills.