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Fake employment ads rob jobseekers of money and personal details
Greater empathy in adolescents helps prevent bias-based cyberbullying
Parents urged to watch out for signs of cyberbullying
Anonymous social apps are taking over once more, but they aren’t without risks
Study Shows Link Between Cyberbullying and Suicidality in Early Adolescence
National Youth Council sets agenda to keep peers safe online
New Gen Z campaign to help tackle online abuse
Brigitte Macron, guest of honour at first forum for secondary school pupils
Transgender, sexual minority teens at high risk of suicidal thoughts and attempts
World-first tool to increase digital literacy in young people and help bridge digital divide
Young people cite social media as main reason for worsening mental health
On mission to cut Papua New Guinea’s high levels of sexual violence
DCMS Secretary of State speech – Declaration for Future of Internet
Carol Vorderman, Peter Andre and ex-Love Islander Amber Gill back new online safety laws
Coalition Government delivers record funding to drive stronger educational outcomes
Kindness hits mark for bullying prevention in Australian schools
Canada supports Indigenous youth in BC through new program to reduce violence
Bullying Fell during Pandemic: Could Changes to School Day Protect More Kids from Bullies?
Opening statement: Additional Budget Estimates
HKU Digital Citizenship Study reveals digital competence as protective factor against gaming addiction
Cyberbullying top concern on Safer Internet Day
Safer Internet Day: Parental awareness of children’s online risk is low
Safe Kids Are eSmart Kids
New online safety laws come into force
Safety net to protect Australian adults from serious online abuse from 2022
Voice For Young People On Online Safety
New Book Tackles Controversial Questions on Education in America
Australian young people learning to push back against online bullies
Australia leads world in helping kids stand up to online bullies
Supplementary Budget Estimates
Parents taught about online impact on teen mental health
Schools prioritise quality online safety education during pandemic
Dark side of social media networks
At-risk teens may face increased online threats
Bullying: Kids not likely to defend random classmates
Empathy training could cut crime figures – study
Criminal law: Crime in digitalized world
Government tells big tech to put safety first
Online safety during lockdowns
Researchers awarded £4m to improve adolescent mental health
Keeping Australians Safe Online 23 June
Key factors to tackle teenage bullying and suicidal behaviours
Research project to find what makes young Internet trolls tick
Sales soar for firms in booming UK safety tech sector
Narcissism linked to aggression in review of 437 studies
Australia’s communications, media and arts sectors helping secure our recovery
How bullying and obesity can affect girls’ and boys’ mental health
Fighting transphobia and violence one social media post at a time