The Children in the Pictures: The doco I didn’t want to watch

A powerful and confronting new documentary sheds light on the grim world of online child sexual exploitation. As Natalie Moutafis reports, it's a must-watch for any parent, carer and educator .


Top 10 child health problems: What Australian parents think

A recent RCH National Child Health Poll found that excessive screen time was the number one child health concern, with 57 per cent of Australian parents rating it as a big problem.


‘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.


Protecting Children Online: A Community Responsibility

Parents are at the frontline of keeping children safe online, but all of us have a role in protecting children from harm, writes eSafety Commissioner Julie Inman Grant.


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, writes Shane Green.