This week provides an important opportunity for us to consider how we can empower children and young people to speak up in both a physical and online environment.
While technology has allowed children and young people to maintain social connections during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, it may also present new challenges and risks to child safety. From individuals to organisations, we all have a role to play in keeping children and young people safe.
Information for parents and carers
- eSafety parents page on the eSafety Commissioner website
- Internet safety for children page on the Better Health Channel website
- Resources for parents and carers page on the Commission for Children and Young People website.
- ‘What the Child Safe Standards mean for your child’ on the Resources for Child Safe Standards page of the Providers website.
Information for children and young people
- eSafety kids and eSafety young people pages on the eSafety Commissioner website
- Internet safety resources page on the Department of Education and Training’s FUSE website
- ‘Child Safe Standards poster for children’ on the Resources for Child Safe Standards page of the Providers website.