Formed in 1994, Enough is Enough is a highly recognised national and international leader in delivering quality educational programs and services to the community. We provide a range of programs and strategies designed to assist in the reduction of both the causes and effects of violence in the community.
Part of our mission statement is reform by education, and teaching an understanding of the alternatives to violence as a solution.
Over a decade, our programs have been developed, improved and evaluated to include current strategies ‘that work’. Our material, because of its nature, comes under the banner of the “Peacemaker Project” which is focused on creating peaceful communities – starting with the individual, impacting on schools and local communities, and reaching national and international communities.
Our national programs cater for:
Presentations are made to TAFE and University students on issues such as Criminology, Victimology and the Legal System. We run information and training programs for other organisations – government, non government and community. Meet our presenters
We are constantly using Ken Rigby academic & Intellectual material to evolve, using a concept of best practice and what works.
Dr Ken Rigby is an ex-school teacher, currently Adjunct Professor (Research) in the School of Education at the University of South Australia. He has published widely in both academic and professional journals, especially on peer victimisation, and is the author of several books on bullying.
He is the author of ten books on bullying. These include:
He has been employed as consultant and adviser to both Australia State and Federal Education Departments. He has been engaged to speak at many conferences around the world and to provide workshops for teachers and counsellors.