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Safer Internet Day 2022 - Play it Fair Online

This Safer Internet Day, the Ballarat East Neighbourhood House are calling on our community 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.

Sign up to support Safer Internet Day. Together, we can all #PlayitFairOnline.

Check out the free Webinars for parents and carers and resources for parents.

Online safety poster Play it Fair Online Safer Internet Day 2022

Five Tips for Staying Safe Online - Download the PDF to access the links or see below:

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eSafety Commissioner

Empowering all Australians to have safer, more positive experiences online.

The eSafety Commissioner (eSafety) is Australia’s national independent regulator for online safety. Julie Inman Grant is the eSafety Commissioner.

The establishment of Australia's eSafety Commissioner was a world first. It is the world's first government agency solely committed to keeping citizens safer online.

eSafety strives to deliver comprehensive, compassionate and citizen-focused services. To achieve their Mission and Vision, eSafety focuses on six areas, each underpinned by a strategic goal and implemented by a range of well-tested tactics and activities.

Purpose: Their purpose is to help safeguard Australians at risk from online harms and to promote safer, more positive online experiences.

They work with others: eSafety leads and coordinates the online safety efforts of government, industry and the not-for-profit community in Australia.

eSafety:

  • responds to complaints about serious cyberbullying of Australian children
  • responds to complaints about image-based abuse involving Australians
  • responds to complaints about illegal and harmful content, including child sexual abuse material
  • provides online safety information and guidance through their website
  • provides educational resources and training on online safety
  • develops special initiatives and programs in response to identified needs
  • base what they do on research and analysis

You can learn more about eSafety online.