Resources for international audiences
eSafety has drawn on its extensive research and experience to develop online safety advice for resources for international audiences. These resources are full of practical tips.
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Resources for adaptation
These editable PDF documents can be adapted to include local hotline and helpline information.
Parents and carers of young children
Parents and carers will find information and practical tips in the online safety advice booklet. Download the editable PDF version of the booklet to add your country's local helplines and support service links.
Parents and carers can encourage online safety by helping their children read the story puzzle book, understand the information and follow the instructions for the fun activities.
Parents and carers of children of all ages
Parents and carers have the best opportunity to support and guide their children to avoid online safety risks and have safer experiences. Download the editable PDF version of the booklet to add you country's local helplines and support service links.
Frontline workers supporting women
This booklet is for frontline support workers — those responding to domestic and family violence as well as those engaged on the frontline of the COVID-19 response including doctors, nurses, social workers, pharmacists and other healthcare professionals. Download the editable PDF version of the booklet to add you country's local helplines and support service links.
COVID-19 Online safety advice for parents and carers (International)
Under the Pacific partnership, eSafety and the Fiji Online Safety Commission have developed localised Fijian versions of two online safety booklets in English, Fiji Hindi and iTaukei.
Keeping children safe online:
Online safety for the early years:
More online safety advice and resources
You can also explore other online safety advice and resources in a variety of different languages. Please note: Some translations contain specifically Australian information about local support agencies.