Come and listen to a free seminar by Brodie's Law Foundation, focused on workplace bullying and how this should be handled.
Brodie's Law Foundation is dedicated to helping workplaces and communities grow with the understanding of keeping everyone safe.
Damian and Rae Panlock established Brodie’s Law Foundation in memory of their 19-year-old daughter, Brodie, who tragically took her own life in September 2006 after being relentlessly bullied at work. Victoria’s anti-bullying legislation, known as Brodie’s Law, commenced in June 2011 and made serious bullying a crime punishable by up to ten years in jail.
Damian and Rae Panlock are passionate about spreading the anti-bullying message to workplaces and organisations across Australia. As part of their heartfelt presentation, Damian and Rae share Brodie’s story and the work they are undertaking to help prevent workplace bullying.
The seminar will cover topics including:
- what type of bullying does Brodie’s Law cover
- what you should do if you are being bullied
- what you should do if you see someone being bullied.
VU and VU Polytechnic staff and students are all welcome and encouraged to attend this free seminar.
Footscray Nicholson Campus, building D, room D141
Wednesday 17 October, 3pm