Comments policy

The Australian Prevention Partnership Centre is administered by the Sax Institute. The expressions “the Sax Institute”, “we”, “us”, “our” are references to The Sax Institute (ABN 68 095 542 886).

As part of our website (the Site), we have a blog and welcome and encourage visitors of the Site to contribute to our discussions. By contributing to our discussions, you agree to comply with the terms below detailed in this Comments Policy.


Comments on the Site will be posted immediately and are not moderated. If you read a comment that you feel does not comply with this Comments Policy, we ask that you email us immediately at


We ask that all comments be relevant to the topic or discussion. Please be respectful of the views of others and do not submit any comments which may cause offence or personally attack any individual. Keep the comments brief, on topic and use language which matches the tone of the discussion. If your views are opposing, we ask that your comments be supportive and instructive in tone. Comments must not contain language that is obscene, offensive, defamatory or otherwise illegal.


All commenters must provide a valid email address prior to contributing to any discussions. The email address will not appear in the comments, and will only be used if necessary to contact you about your comment.

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Editorial discretion

We retain the right to maintain the comments on the Site or remove them if they are deemed to be inappropriate.

Legal responsibility

Each author is responsible for the legal and other consequences of the comments they make on the Site. By submitting comments on the Site, the author grants us a royalty-free, perpetual, non-exclusive, unrestricted right and licence to use, and reproduce such content (including the right to sub-license).