eSafety Resources Now Available

QRAM would like to invite you to check out and use the eSafety resources we’ve developed with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander young people and other community members from remote communities.

The Stayin’ eSafe: keeping ourselves, our families and our communities safe online project, funded by the eSafety Online Safety Grants Program, has produced a unique series of eight audio segments and six animations.

The animations feature Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artwork created by Rachael Sarra, and the animations and audio segments feature the voices of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander narrators and are based on concepts developed by community members themselves.

Each resource addresses a key online safety issue faced by young people from remote Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities.

We hope you’ll check them out, share them, broadcast them, and use them to help promote better online safety for all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander young people.

QRAM-eSafety Radio 1 – Strangers and Grooming
QRAM-eSafety Radio 2 – Being bullied online
QRAM-eSafety Radio 3 – Is it okay to share it
QRAM-eSafety Radio 4 – Someone is creating online drama
QRAM-eSafety Radio 5 – Do your little ones need a phone yet
QRAM-eSafety Radio 6 – How can you keep your kids safe when using their smartphone
QRAM-eSafety Radio 7 – Strangers Online
QRAM-eSafety Radio 8 – Tell someone for help
QRAM-eSafety Animation 1 – Strangers and Grooming
QRAM-eSafety Animation 2 – Being bullied online
QRAM-eSafety Animation 3 – Is it okay share it
QRAM-eSafety Animation 4 – Someone is creating online drama
QRAM-eSafety Animation 5 – Do your little ones need a phone yet
QRAM-eSafety Animation 6 – How can you keep your kids safe when using their smartphone

If you would like the resources emailed to you please email your request to manager@qram.com.au and the resources will be sent via Dropbox.

For more information on how to stay safe online, visit esafety.gov.au

Funding for this project is provided through the eSafety Online Safety Grants Program, an Australian Government initiative.

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