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Jess Wilson 5h
So many of our partners are working on intergenerational programs like this and loving it! Such a fab way to bring people together to learn from each other.
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Be Connected Young Mentors is an inter-generational reverse-mentoring program for school aged children and older Australians. Learn more about this program and register your interest here:
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eSafetyWomen 9h
Domestic violence victims struggling to flee tracking by abusive ex-partners via if this has happened to you find support
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Find help for tech-facilitated abuse equipping women with the support, education & resources to take control of their online lives. Find out more Also training for frontline worker in the field
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Our highlights a range of benefits for those who mentor older Australians to get online. Forum participants with this experience report greater satisfaction, happiness & a sense of achievement. Check out findings
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. & are proud to support . We are committed to empowering all Australians to have safer, more positive experiences online.
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Report! There’s no place in our community for online child sexual abuse material. Help stop the cycle by reporting this material to the eSafety Commissioner's CyberReport team when you see it . For more information:
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Julie Inman Grant Oct 12
This is true & parents should take ❣ when they do repeat safety guidance & tips early & often. In taking 3 teens to the mall this arvo, I was pleased to hear them talk about how they like to, “Toy w/the Telstra scammers that call constantly”-that critical reasoning sticking!😉
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eSafety Office Oct 12
How are your students? Check out our secondary lesson plans to identify common coping/selfcare strategies.
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eSafety Office Oct 12
Our study of 3,450 shows Aussie kids as young as 2 are accessing the internet. “Parents need to be vigilant when helping their children strike the right balance between online & offline time --& model a healthy balance themselves,”
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eSafety Office Oct 12
eSafety Commissioner Julie Inman Grant discusses how we can assist young people experiencing , and shares tips for and carers on recognising the signs and dealing with the issue.
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eSafety Office Oct 12
What picture are you painting of yourself online? Your digital reputation is defined by the content you post about yourself and others. Its important to understand how this content & your personal information is used & how to protect it.
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eSafety Office Oct 11
. report: in the digital age, explores the experiences of parents & carers raising children in our fast-paced connected world & confirms the pivotal role play & highlights their concerns about
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eSafetyWomen Oct 11
Have you ever thought about and its potential risk as a tracking device? Learn more about smart watches, fitness bands and trackers :
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eSafetyWomen Oct 11
What's your strategy to combat cyber abuse? “You don’t have to deal with that person. Block the person, but most importantly, report it!” CEO
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eSafetyWomen Oct 11
Pause & reflect - can be overwhelming. Give yourself space & time so that you can respond rather than react. Share your strategy! Help other women build their psychological armour against cyber abuse. Follow the conversation @
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eSafety Office Oct 11
For young people experiencing , find advice, & a way to report it :
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eSafety Office Oct 11
Toby from our Cyber Report team explains the dangers of and how best to protect yourself from being manipulated online.
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eSafety Office Oct 11
Has this happened to you? is a form of where a perpetrator threatens to reveal intimate images of you online unless you give in to their demands. Find help & support at
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Julie Inman Grant Oct 10
There are deep concerns about for good reason! Even as Stay Smart Online Week comes 2 an end, it’s important to remain vigilant about the cunning ways AI can be used 2 perpetuate misinformation & scams & image based abuse. # is definitely warranted here!
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