Safer Internet Day 2022
This Safer Internet Day, we are calling on everyone to play it safe and fair online.
Join the global initiative that brings families, schools, organisations and governments from 170 countries together to raise awareness about online safety.
There is no place for online abuse. We can all help to make life online enjoyable by being kind and respectful to each other.
Explore eSafety's range of resources to find out how you and your community can get involved in the 2022 campaign.
Sign up to support Safer Internet Day. Together, we can all #PlayitFairOnline.
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Get the campaign kit
Research shows that Australians are learning and caring more about online safety than ever before.
Show your support by sharing an image or posting a message. Download our campaign kits to find out how to promote online safety at home, school, work or in your community.
Download the educators campaign kit
Use these resources to support your school campaign activities. They include a social media GIF, poster and a template to create a school pledge to support Safer Internet Day 2022.
Download the workplace and community campaign kit
These resources include suggested posts, texts and video message ideas. eSafety has also created a web banner and poster, plus other materials to use in your community.
Share a Play it Fair Online video message
Create and share a video message to encourage your online community to support Safer Internet Day 2022.
- Use the hashtags: #PlayitFairOnline and #SID2022
- Tag @eSafetyOffice
- Email eSafetySID@esafety.gov.au to let us know when your post will go up, so we can share it too.
Start planning your school activities
eSafety's education and training team has created a range of online resources to support schools and the community. The material is designed for different age groups and includes school surveys, a parent webinar, a Virtual Classroom event and a free storybook with a song.
Stay tuned for more resources coming in the new year including videos featuring beach volleyball player Taliqua Clancy, Paralympic swimmer Grant "Scooter" Patterson and netballer, Caitlin Bassett.