Past events and campaigns

Promoting safe and positive online experiences for all Australians

Virtual Classroom webinar: Be an eSafe kid – Connect. Reflect. Protect.

Join eSafety's expert training team for a live Virtual Classroom webinar that explores how students can connect online safely and mindfully to protect themselves and others.

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16 Days of Activism Against Gender-Based Violence

Check out eSafety Commissioner Julie Inman Grant’s blog post on six things you can do to prevent gender-based violence for this year's 16 Days of Activism.

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Virtual Classroom: Be an eSafe kid: Be safe, be supportive

NEW for National Child Protection Week 2022: A live Virtual Classroom webinar that explores how students can identify personal boundaries and support each other to stay safe online.

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National Child Protection Week 2022

Discover how eSafety is supporting National Child Protection Week through free online learning and other activities.


Webinar: eSafety’s parent guide to popular apps

Join our free webinar designed for parents and carers of young people aged 8 to 13. Learn about TikTok, Instagram, Snapchat and YouTube and help your children stay safe online.

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Play it safe and fair — online and offline

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

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SCROLL: Take control of your feed

SCROLL is eSafety’s new youth campaign tackling what young Australians can do when things go wrong online.

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Virtual Classroom: Be an eSafe kid: A better internet starts with you

A live Virtual Classroom webinar which looks at how our actions and words can make the online world a better place for everyone.

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Safer Internet Day 2022

Discover how eSafety promoted this annual initiative that unites schools, communities and governments around the world to raise awareness about online safety.

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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

This SBS documentary series explored domestic and family violence and the damaging impact of abuse. eSafety collaborated with SBS to provide practical information about technology-facilitated abuse and how to stay safer online. Watch the series on SBS On Demand.

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National Day of Action Against Bullying and Violence

eSafety supported this campaign through classroom activities and a webinar.  Explore eSafety's cyberbullying advice and resources, including tailored information for parents, young people and kids

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