|Alannah and Madeline Foundation|
The Alannah and Madeline Foundation is a national charity protecting children from violence and its devastating impact. The Foundation runs programs for preventing violence and advocate for children's safety and wellbeing.
|Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA)|
The Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) is a statutory authority within the federal government portfolio of Broadband, Communications and the Digital Economy.
|Bullying No Way!|
This website has been designed to provide parents and carers access to information about bullying, harassment, discrimination and violence in schools.
The Bully Stoppers online toolkit provides advice to teachers, parents and students on what to do if they see, or are targets of bullying. It offers practical advice, fact sheets, learning modules and opportunities for parents, teachers and students to make a stand and lend a hand and become Bully Stoppers.
|Child Health and Wellbeing|
The Victorian Department of Education and Early Childhood Development site provides a range of useful resouces for parents.
|Cyber Safety Solutions|
Parents guide to online safety
|Cybersmart - resource for parents from ACMA|
An informal and interactive resource, Chatterbox provides parents a jargon-free perspective on cybersafety issues. The Chatterbox conversations by Cybersmart can be accessed at home, on a mobile device or on-the-go. Parents are encouraged to submit questions and share stories on Facebook page.
|Good to Know|
Google has partnered with the Alannah and Madeline Foundation to produce the Good to Know campaign which aims to help improve internet safety and the management of data shared online.
|Internet Safe Families|
Internet Safe Families , a community where parents, carers and all those interested in the health, safety and well-being of children in an online environment can access the most credible, up to date, time effective and achievable resources available worldwide. Simple yet powerful strategies that will have a positive impact on how your family lives within a digital world. Internet Safe Families provides resources sourced from real life examples, cases and personal experiences. Internet Safe Families is minute by minute gathering up to date information from the children themselves, law enforcement, experts in the field of online child exploitation and cyberbullying, teachers and most importantly parents and carers themselves. It is our mission to bring this knowledge and experience together making it accessible and acceptable to every person.To read about the founder of Internet Safe Families see http://iness.com.au/
|Office of the Children’s eSafety Commissioner|
The Office of the Children’s eSafety Commissioner launched on 1 July 2015 leads online safety education for the Australian Government and protects Australian children when they experience cyberbullying by administering a complaints scheme, including managing complaints about offensive or illegal online content. key online safety resources and the cyberbullying and online content complaint forms are available on the website..
|Stay Smart Online|
Stay Smart Online is the Australian Government's online safety and security website, designed to help everyone understand the risks and the simple steps we can take to protect our personal and financial information online. The website was developed to recognise that online safety is an important area of Government responsibility. The website provides support so we are better equipped to protect ourselves online. The website is hosted by the Department of Communications, which works with a range of other Australian Government agencies and security organisations.
Developed by the Australian Communications and Media Authority’s Cybersmart program, Tagged is recommended for use with students aged 14 and over. Resouces are provided for teenagers, parents and schools.
ThinkUKnow Australia, a partnership between the AFP, Microsoft Australia,Datacom, ninemsn, Neighbourhood Watch Australasia and State and Territory Police. Resources and programs for parents, carers, teachers, children and youth.
|Bully Zero Foundation|
Bully Zero Foundation is a not for profit organisation with a vision to provide genuine and enduring care for bullying victims and their families. Identifying and empowering bullying victims, to support and stand side by side with them, their families and friends in taking action and creating permanent positive change.
Buly Zero provide many resources for parents and schools in preventing bullying.