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Webinar: eSafety’s parent guide to online gaming

A webinar for parents with kids aged 8 to 13 exploring the risks and benefits of online gaming.

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Webinar: eSafety's parent guide to digital technologies and mental health

Join our free webinar series running throughout Term 4 for parents of young people aged 10-18.

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National Summit on Women's Safety

On 7 September 2021, eSafety Commissioner, Julie Inman Grant, gave a keynote presentation at the National Summit on Women's Safety. This Summit aimed to inform the development of the next National Plan to Reduce Violence against Women and their Children.

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See What You Made Me Do

In a world where our lives are increasingly being lived online, the need to stay safe from abuse has never been more important. 

See What You Made Me Do* is an SBS documentary series that explores domestic and family violence and the damaging impact of the abuse.

The series shows the way digital technology is frequently used as a tactic to control and coerce people in abusive relationships. eSafety has collaborated with SBS to provide practical information about this technology-facilitated abuse and how to stay safer online.

(*Screened in May 2021 and available through SBS On Demand)

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National Day of Action Against Bullying and Violence

* Join a webinar: eSafety's parent guide to cyberbullying and online drama. * Register your students for a Virtual Classroom presentation for schools: Being an upstander. * Teach an online safety lesson using the award-winning Rewrite Your Story videos and updated lesson plans. * Explore eSafety's cyberbullying advice and resources, including tailored information for parents, young people and kids. *

Read our latest blogpost: Want to confront your child's cyberbully? Think before you act!

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International Women's Day

eSafety believes all women have a right to be safe online. Join our free webinar Empowering women to be safer online being held in the same week as International Women's Day. The 45 minute session is designed to empower women with online safety knowledge and skills, and find support if they need it.


Safer Internet Day 2021

Record support helped spread our online safety message! Find out how you can still start the chat about being safer online any day of the year – at home, at school, at work and in our communities.

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eSafety supports #16DaysOfActivism against gender-based violence. All women have a right to be safe online. Join our webinar designed to help women empower themselves with online safety knowledge and skills, and find support if they need it.


Queensland takes on cyberbullying

eSafety is pleased to support the Queensland Government's 'Swipe it away' and 'Stand by me' campaigns that are helping young people and the adults in their lives to work together to combat cyberbullying and its impacts.

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National Child Protection Week 2020

eSafety is supporting National Child Protection Week with free online learning! Educators can join our virtual classrooms for Primary students – Be an eSafe kid: privacy and security. Parents can join our webinars – eSafety's parent guide to popular apps.

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Play it safe and fair — online and offline

eSafety and the Australian Football League have joined forces to tackle the important issue of online safety within the AFL community.

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Safer Internet Day 2020

Safer Internet Day offers a great opportunity to start the chat about online safety at home, at school, in the workplace and in your community.

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