‘Thank you for saving my life’: Empowering kids to stymie harm

An online platform where students can anonymously report harmful behaviour is having a profound impact, writes Peter Hanlon. He speaks to Stymie founder Rachel Downie.


Virtual Childhoods: Download your free ebook on keeping kids safe online

Our children are online more than ever, with some experiencing almost virtual childhoods. Parenting educator Caroline Ellen has produced a free ebook, available here, to help guard our young people's online safety.


Online gaming webinar for parents and carers, from eSafety

Most children have played an online game - how can you make sure they are safe? Find out by joining a free webinar from the eSafety Commissioner.


‘When we talk about cyberbullying, we can help stop it’

You've probably seen on national tv the powerful anti-cyberbullying film directed by 15-year-old Charlotte McLaverty. We talk with Charlotte about her inspiration - and how we can fight cyberbullying.


Cyberbullying: How to Help your Child

eSafety Commissioner Julie Inman Grant tells parents how they can spot the signs their child is being cyberbullied - and what they can do about it.


Cybersafety: How to be a Parent in the Digital World

Former police officer and cybersafety expert Susan McLean's new book helps parents navigate the online world of their children.


Bullying: It’s No Longer Left at the School Gate

The first step in creating a world without bullying is to lead by example, writes Independent Schools Victoria Chief Executive Michelle Green.


eSafety Commissioner: We must all Step Up to Support Young Australians to Combat Cyberbullying (and Seek Help)

Independent Schools Victoria is encouraging schools to get involved in the National Day of Action against Bullying and Violence. In this post, eSafety Commissioner Julie Inman Grant details the work of her office to combat cyberbullying.


My Child is a Cyberbully – What can I do?

All children are capable of bullying - what do you do if you discover your child is a cyberbully? Hannah Thomas and James Graham Scott offer some strategies.