eSafety undertakes research to ensure our programs and resources are based on evidence. We support, encourage, conduct and evaluate research about online safety for all Australians.
Children and technology-facilitated abuse in domestic and family violence situations
This world-first research explores the role technology plays in children's exposure to family and domestic violence. It shows the impacts of technology-facilitated abuse and highlights the range of strategies used for protection and intervention.
Online safety for young people with intellectual disability
This research report explores the benefits and challenges of engaging online for young people with intellectual disability from the perspective of young people themselves, their parents, carers and educators.
Building Australian adults’ confidence and resilience online
This research report explores adult Australians’ digital confidence, their perceptions of online risk and highlights their online safety information needs. It also looks at their views on Safety by Design.
This research report is the result of collaboration between the eSafety Commissioner in Australia, Netsafe in New Zealand and United Kingdom’s SWGfL as part of the European Social and Emotional Learning for Mutual Awareness (SELMA) project.
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