Australian Safer Internet Day Committee - Office of the eSafety Commissioner

Last updated: 2022-01-11

About our SID activities

Australia’s eSafety Commissioner supports Safer Internet Day (SID) each year with a national campaign. The campaign includes online safety resources and activities for parents and carers, educators, policy-makers, businesses and community organisations.

We have a dedicated Safer Internet Day web page and offer online safety tips, parent webinars, virtual classrooms, and promotional materials to help spread the word. Some of Australia’s largest companies also use our online safety resources to promote Safer Internet Day through their own networks. 

The Safer Internet Day campaign generates significant media and social media coverage and continues to gain momentum each year. This exposure raises awareness about online safety and helps Australians know where to go for support and advice about being safer online.

What we are doing to support the SID 2022 theme of "Together for a better internet"…

For SID 2022, we’re asking Australians to promote positive online behaviours – the actions we can all take to #PlayitFairOnline. We're encouraging supporters to share video messages on social media, use the campaign assets to promote online safety messages at work and school, and consider how simple actions can bring about great change. By being safe, respectful and kind - we can all play a part in making the online world a better place.

About us

Australian Safer Internet Day Committee – eSafety Commissioner

The eSafety Commissioner (eSafety) is Australia’s online safety regulator. Established in 2015, our aim is to make sure Australians have safer and more positive experiences online. eSafety leads online safety efforts across government, industry, education and the not-for-profit community. We also work with online safety organisations around the world to amplify our impact across borders. All our resources and services are informed by research.

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