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Australia Online child safety campaign launched

03:30  30 march  2020
03:30  30 march  2020 Source:   msn.com

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The campaign #Openyoureyes tells children : Yes, you are going to go online . Yes you are going to eventually experience content and behaviour that’s risky. “The British government believes that internet safety is important. We have funded UNICEF £10m to run this campaign worldwide.

Cumbria Police have launched a week-long campaign to raise awareness of the dangers to children online . All week, the police will be showcasing ways in which they help protect children online and will offer advice on ways to ensure their safety .

Cropped close up image woman hands holding pen typing on laptop student do homework prepare essay make research, businesswoman communicate online with client solve business questions distantly concept © fizkes / Getty Cropped close up image woman hands holding pen typing on laptop student do homework prepare essay make research, businesswoman communicate online with client solve business questions distantly concept A national online safety campaign targeting predators who gain access to children through popular apps, media sites and games, has been launched to combat sexual assault and unwanted internet contact.

Rolled out by Crime Stoppers and the eSafety Commission on Monday, the campaign is aimed at educating parents to intervene and protect their children before unwanted contact can be made by strangers online.

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The UK Council for Child Internet Safety (UKCCIS) was set up in 2008 under the Brown Government charged with bringing together government departments, law enforcement agencies, academia, private industry and third-sector representatives such as charities and voluntary groups to collaborate on

A campaign to reduce the number of young children being killed or injured in accidents in the home is launched in Caerphilly county later. The Aneurin Bevan Health Board's Home Safety Strategy will offer advice sessions for parents and provide safety equipment to poorer families.

It follows a successful pilot in New South Wales last year which contributed towards a 62 percent increase in complaints about child sexual abuse material to eSafety.

In 2019, eSafety conducted about 12,000 investigations into child sexual abuse and violent material online.

The pilot led to several arrests and investigations in NSW.

There was also a five percent increase in contact made to Crime Stoppers about online child abuse.

eSafety Commissioner, Julie Inman Grant, said research had shown that one-in-four young people had been contacted by a stranger online.

"Online safety starts in the home and now, with children and young people spending more time at home and online in the face of COVID-19, we want to work with and support parents and carers throughout these challenging times," she said.

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Talking to your child about online safety . Tips on how to start the conversation with your child . Our Wild West Web campaign has been calling for a regulator to force social platforms to identify and If you're worried about something a child or young person may have experienced online , you can

UK police are targeting children as young as four in a new internet safety campaign designed to tackle a “disturbing” rise in the number of infants caught up in online sexual exploitation. The cartoon campaign , launched Wednesday, stars a little girl named Jessie who tells fellow youngsters to go to

"Online child abuse and exploitation can happen in many ways.

"The predator could be a stranger, an 'online friend' your child has never met face-to-face, or someone they actually know."

Parents are encouraged to engage with content on the Crime Stoppers website and to monitor their children's online activity in the face of increased online activity at home.

Child sexual abuse material can be reported anonymously to the eSafety Commissioner at www.esafety.gov.au/reportillegalcontent.

Confidential reports of someone suspected of producing, downloading or sharing child sexual abuse material can also be made to Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or at www.crimestoppers.com.au

If you have experienced sexual assault, domestic or family violence, call 1800 RESPECT on 1800 737 732.

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