Wellbeing Australia is a not-for-profit Network* of people and organizations committed to developing the healthy relationships that lead to individual and community wellbeing, especially in education
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Relationships, Resilience and Responsibility

Wellbeing Australia is a not-for-profit Network* of people and organizations committed to developing the healthy relationships that lead to individual and community wellbeing, especially in education. This means:
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  • Values of care, respect, responsibility, understanding, inclusion and friendship;
  • Relationships based on consideration, compassion, collaboration and participation – not power and control;
  • Actively promoting social and emotional competencies for individuals, groups and school organizations;
  • School connectedness for more effective learning environments;
  • Developing resilience;
  • Putting positive and community psychology into practice;
  • Dealing respectfully with conflict, challenging situations and difficult behaviour, including restorative approaches;
  • Personal and professional integrity and ethical behaviour;
  • Developing leadership capacities to maximise participation for organisational wellbeing.

 

Wellbeing Australia fully supports the Safe Schools Coalition.  ALL young people deserve to be safe from bullying, harassment and victimisation, whatever their sexual orientation.

 

We aim to share information on what is happening in Australasia, link with similar organisations here and around the world, and encourage others to join us.

More on the About Us page.

See Wellbeing Australia’s Position Statement on Education here – and share with others.

Get our Newsletters: Our newsletters highlight events, stories, research and practices to promote wellbeing in our communities. We welcome your contributions. Share what you know with others. Please join the 3000-member Wellbeing Australia Network by clicking on “Register” at the foot of any page. Give your real name, state, and email address. The email address will also be your username for contributing to this site, and you will receive regular newsletters (about four a year) alerting you to what is new and upcoming.

Get notification of new information on this site by following our Twitter feed: @WellbeingOz, through our Facebook page, or through LinkedIn.

 

If you support what we are trying to do, please consider donating a few dollars from time to time to help us carry on this work. You can do this by going to the “Support Us” page.

Recent Updates

Our recent entries

Dress For Change – Mental health awareness and suicide prevention

08/24/2016

ESSR is a company set up by young people who have had mental health issues. They have developed a Dress for Change T-shirt range where 100% of the profits goes.. read more

Closing the gap on youth well-being (OECD)

08/23/2016

An optimistic report on youth wellbeing from the OECD social cohesion unit. Source: bit.ly/2bCoPjz   By Alexandre Kolev, Head of the social cohesion unit at the OECD Development Centre 11 August.. read more

Connect – supporting student participation – August 2016: issue 220

08/11/2016

This new issue can be accessed at: research.acer.edu.au/connect/vol2016/iss220 The Table of Contents of this issue can also be found at: asprinworld.com/Connect1/contents/2016.html The next issue (221) will be sent out in.. read more