Sharks star Josh Dugan will be a special guest when Brett Murray and the Make Bullying History Foundation presents a Community Forum to discuss the issue of bullying within our schools and the wider community.
To be held at Sharks Leagues Club on Tuesday, November 27, the forum is an add on to the regular school visits, where Murray and the Make Bullying History Foundation, in partnership with Sharks Have Heart, continue their efforts to eradicate bullying.
As leaders within the community, Sharks Have Heart and the Make Bullying History Foundation are committed to helping through education and are inviting people of all ages to attend the forum.
This is a free info session offering the opportunity to openly discuss and ask questions about the topic of bullying and the program currently offered to schools. It is also a chance to learn about the positive effects that the program is having and to also generate conversation and feedback.
Murray, the co-founder of the Make Bullying History Foundation and award-winning Make Bullying History Initiative (MBHI), will lead the forum, with Dugan to tell his story and to give his personal account as to the effects of bullying.
The MBHI has been running throughout the Sharks community since 2016 and to date the program has delivered its anti-bullying message to over 11,000 students within the Sutherland Shire through 49 primary and high schools.
The Forum, which is free to attend, will take place from 6:00pm – 7:00pm, Tuesday, November 27, in the Aqua Room of the Sharks Leagues Club. Light refreshments, including tea and coffee will be provided.
The one-hour session will identify what bullying is, how to address it, how to get support and most importantly how to eradicate it, with the forum aimed at families of young children or anyone else interested in attending and finding out more about such a topical issue within our community.
Those who would like to attend are asked to RSVP before November 26. CLICK HERE to book your place at the Forum.