This webinar explored the digital divide and its impact on the remote delivery of child, family and community welfare services.
Cyberbullying and online safety
This short article explores the challenges and opportunities for parents of children in the pre-teen years, based on a recent survey.
An overview of online safety for parents, including useful resources and practical tips for monitoring and protecting children online
Research shows that there are harms associated with early exposure to pornography, but appropriate sex and relationships education can help.
The media often paints social media as a dangerous place for young people, but the reality is far more complex and nuanced.
An overview of the issues involved when displaying images of children and young people online, including privacy laws, consent and safety
Recent AIFS research reveals that a digital divide persists in relation to age and educational attainment.
It is clear there is scope to enhance parents’ knowledge and practice of online safety, in order to maximise all that technology offers.
An overview of the innovative use of technology in service delivery for organisations working with families, children and young people.
Outlines definitions of cyberbullying, differences between cyberbullying and offline bullying, and parents' roles in dealing with cyberbullying.