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The next Safer Internet Day will be held on Tuesday 6 February 2018. Stay tuned for more updates!
Coordinated by Insafe, the European network for internet safety, the event is supported in Australia by the Office of the eSafety Commissioner.
This year, International Women’s Day comes on the heels of unprecedented global movement for women’s rights, equality and justice. Sexual harassment, violence and discrimination against women has captured headlines and public discourse, propelled by a rising determination for change.
International Women’s Day 2018 is an opportunity to transform this momentum into action, to empower women in all settings, rural and urban, and celebrate the activists who are working relentlessly to claim women’s rights and realize their full potential.
Echoing the priority theme of the upcoming 62nd session of the UN Commission on the Status of Women, International Women’s Day will also draw attention to the rights and activism of rural women, who make up over a quarter of the world population and majority of the 43 per cent of women in the global agricultural labor force.
Registrations are now open and all schools are invited to register as an official NDA school.
The National Day of Action is an initiative of Bullying. No Way!
Our diversity makes Australia a great place to live and Harmony Day is a celebration of our cultural diversity – a day of cultural respect for everyone who calls Australia home.
The message of Harmony Day is ‘everyone belongs’. Get involved by hosting an event, attend a local celebration or visit the ‘Get involved’ page for more information.
Privacy Awareness Week (PAW) is an annual initiative of the Asia Pacific Privacy Authorities forum and is run in Australia by the Office of the Australian Information Commissioner. It is held every year to promote and raise awareness of privacy issues and the importance of protecting personal information. Sign up as a partner to be the first to hear about PAW 2018.
National Child Protection Week runs from 2 – 8 September 2018. NAPCAN’s PLAY YOUR PART campaign provides communities and individuals with practical information on how to ‘play your part’ and to embed primary prevention messages into social discourse.
National eSmart Week is a week where communities come together to encourage everyone to be smart, safe and responsible when using digital technology. It creates awareness, solutions and ideas for community education on issues of cyber safety, bullying and wellbeing online, and offline.
National eSmart week was held from 2-8 September, in line with National Child Protection Week.
R U OK?Day is our national day of action dedicated to reminding everyone that we’ve all got what it takes to ask, “are you ok?” and support those struggling with life . Taking part can be as simple as learning R U OK?’s four steps so you can have a conversation that could change a life.
The day is about inspiring people to start these conversations every day of the year. Help get your school, workplace and community asking "are you ok?".
Each year, through Stay Smart Online Week, the Australian Government works in collaboration with other agencies, industry, small business operators and community groups to raise awareness about the ways people can protect themselves online.
The national awareness week is typically held in October each year and focuses on a key theme that highlights an important safety message.
The Day for Daniel is a National Day of Action to raise awareness of child safety, protection and harm prevention.
Organised by the Daniel Morcombe Foundation, it educates children and adults about child safety and protection initiatives and helps empower our children to Recognise, React and Report if they feel something is not right.
Wear Red and Educate is the theme of for Day for Daniel and schools, kindergartens, businesses and communities across Australia are encouraged to take action and conduct child safety activities in their local communities to help in Keeping Kids Safe.
In 2018 we’ll be back and bigger than ever, bringing together the best local and international experts to talk about the ways we can prevent and minimise online harm together. Sign up for updates and details.