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Safe Church Program


Online Safety for Every Family resource available 

The eSafety Commissioner has just released new resources to help parents and carers from all backgrounds support their children to stay safe online.

As part of eSafety’s work to support the National Strategy to Prevent and Respond to Child Sexual Abuse, ‘Online Safety for Every Family’ helps parents begin a conversation with their children about online safety and build the confidence to support more positive experiences online.

The package of animated videos and advice sheets addresses a range of common online parenting challenges including social media, gaming, online bullying and general online safety. Available in English, Simplified Chinese, Arabic, Vietnamese, Tamil and Dari, the materials can be accessed on the eSafety’s website here. 

Help spread the word 

Share these new resources with your networks. Below are 30-second versions of the videos in plain English.

  1. Helping your family stay safe online: https://vimeo.com/739891731/8239a81edd  
  2. Getting started with social media: https://vimeo.com/739892566/5e8d81b134    
  3. Getting help when your child is being bullied online: https://vimeo.com/739892922/4ba65e42b5  
  4. Safer online gaming: https://vimeo.com/739893012/75ed364baf  

Download social media resources:

  1. image Are you children spending a lot of time online? (194 KB)
  2. image Talk about the risks of social media (173 KB)
  3. image Is gaming causing stress in your family? (167 KB)
  4. image Getting help when your child is being bullied online (232 KB)

Please feel welcome to tag @eSafetyOffice when sharing on social media.  

Young people are spending more and more time online. Although the internet brings many benefits, it is important as parents and carers to be aware of the risks.  

The new resources are available in English, Simplified Chinese, Arabic, Vietnamese, Tamil and Dari and can be downloaded from eSafety’s website here.  


Professional Development Workshop 

Spiritual reminiscence for older people

Finding meaning in later life, especially for those experiencing dementia

Professional Development Workshop, Aged Care Quality Standards, Standard 1 – dignity and choice 

Highly recommended for nurses, chaplains, pastoral carers, leisure activity officers, & others who work with older adults 

When: Friday 14 to Saturday 15 October 9am – 4:30pm AEDT

Where: the Pavilion at the Australian Centre for Christianity & Culture, 15 Blackall St. Barton  ACT

Registration (Both days mandatory) Register here  

Corporate single: $1600 (Early Bird only, closes 15 September)

Corporate single: $2000

Corporate Group: $4000 (up to 3 people)

Self Empoyed:     $1200

Student/ Retiree:  $600

LIMITED SPACES! Register here  

Closing date for registration: 10 OCTOBER 2022 


  • Rev Prof Elizabeth MacKinlay AM, Director CAPS
  • Corinne Trevitt, Adjunct Research Fellow, ACC&C
  • Elizabeth Pringle, Managing Director, Improvement Matters 

More information: Download flyer

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