International leadership and collaboration
eSafety is committed to sharing information and collaborating with governments and organisations around the globe, as they work to protect and safeguard their citizens online.
eSafety is the world’s first government agency solely dedicated to tackling online abuse and keeping its citizens safer online. We take a holistic and multi-faceted approach to online safety through regulation, prevention, intervention and harm minimisation. This Australian model is both unique and world leading.
Our international priority is to strengthen online safety across borders and sectors through:
- targeted information-sharing with our global partners
- collaboration and capacity building
- driving up standards of online safety within the technology sector
- creating long-term systemic change
- disrupting the drivers and mechanisms for online abuse.
On this page you will find online safety resources designed to support people around the world, as well as information about eSafety’s online safety projects and partnerships.
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Meet Australia's eSafety Commissioner
eSafety Commissioner Julie Inman Grant — UN 75th #UN75
eSafety receives requests for information, advice and resources from around the world.
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Be part of the global movement to create a safer online environment!
In February 2021, eSafety and the Fiji Online Safety Commission announced the world's first online safety regulator partnership. This strengthens the Vuvale Partnership which supports cooperation, consultation and friendship between our two nations.
To mark the occasion, a virtual meeting was held between Australia's eSafety Commissioner Julie Inman Grant and Fiji's Online Safety Commissioner Anne Dunn-Baleilevuka. You can watch the video and read more about our shared commitment to helping create safer online environments in our region and across the world.
In conversation: Commissioner to Commissioner
Advancing online safety is a global effort. Strategic partnerships and collaborations have the power to influence action, provide change, and shape the online world we all want.
eSafety is involved in a number of global alliances and initiatives and regularly contributes to global debates, discussions and projects. Through these, we seek to create safer and more responsible digital environments.
Australia and the Republic of Korea jointly denounce image-based abuse
Australia and the Republic of Korea (South Korea) signed a joint bilateral statement to raise awareness of the harmful effects of the non-consensual sharing of intimate images in November 2021.
Australia and Korea are both committed to reducing online harms, and helping create a safer, more positive internet for everyone.
Read our commitment statement and call to action to the global community.
Signing of joint bilateral statement on image-based abuse and digital sex crimes
Leadership and proactive change
eSafety is a global thought leader in online safety. Our proactive and preventative approach includes leading a ground-breaking Safety by Design initiative, assessing the tech trends and challenges that impact on every nation, and creating evidence-based education and best practice resources in online safety.
Advice for global citizens
eSafety has drawn on its extensive research and experience to develop online safety advice for global citizens. These resources are full of practical tips.
The editable PDF documents can be adapted to include local hotline and helpline information.
Parents and carers
Frontline workers supporting women
Some of eSafety's COVID-19 resources are available as translations.
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:
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.