Cyberbullying is sending or sharing seriously threatening, seriously intimidating, seriously harassing or humiliating online content to or about someone under 18.
The behaviour might include abusive texts and emails, hurtful messages or creating fake accounts to trick someone or humiliate them
One in five young Australians aged 8 to 17 years say they have been socially excluded, threatened or abused online.
Tuesday 20 September 7.30 to 8.30 pm
eSafety’s parent guide to cyberbullying and online drama
This term 3 webinar will provide parents and carers with the tools to support young people to have safe and respectful online relationships. It will also offer advice about what to do when things go wrong.
It is designed for parents and carers of young people aged 11 to 18 years old.
It will cover:
- starting conversations with your child about their online friendships and positive ways to deal with changing relationships
- understanding the rights, laws and community expectations that govern social media use
- where to seek help if your child is involved in a cyberbullying incident.
Wednesday 26 October 7.30-8.30pm
eSafety parent guide to popular apps
This Term 4 webinar will provide parents and carers with information about the latest apps your child may be accessing.
Suitable for parents and carers of 13- 18 year old children.
Please return to this page to see further upcoming webinars for Parents and Carers to attend.
Below is a schedule of upcoming webinars offered by the eSafety Commissioner.