The Queensland government will set up an anti-bullying task-force as Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk pushes for the issue to be dealt with at a federal level.
Ms Palaszczuk has confirmed Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has agreed to put to issue on the agenda for the COAG meeting on February 9.
The premier made the announcement while meeting with stakeholders on Monday afternoon to discuss the best way to tackle the issue in the wake of "Dolly" Everett's death.
Ms Palaszczuk said her cabinet had already agreed to establish an anti-bullying taskforce, as well as granting child support group 'yourtown' $60,000.
The LNP opposition has offered bipartisan support on the issue,
State cabinet was also briefed on the establishment of a new dedicated Youth Advisory Council and a statewide survey of schoolchildren between March and June this year, to collect their stories and experiences of cyberbullying.
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