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Cybersmart

Cybersmart - Cyber-Safety Materials for Kids, Teens, Parents and Schools

The Cybersmart program is a national cybersafety education program managed by the Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA), as part of the Australian Government’s commitment to promoting online safety for children and young people.

The world online is powerful and engaging for young people and adults alike, offering a wealth of opportunity. The Cybersmart program enables children, parents, carers, teachers and library staff to manage online risks, so their experiences are safe and positive.


SCAMwatch

SCAMwatch - Information on how to prevent being Scammed.

SCAMwatch is a website run by the Australian Competition & Consumer Commission (ACCC). The aim of SCAMwatch is to provide information to consumers and small business about how to recognise, avoid and report scams. Scams that are reported to SCAMwatch will be analysed by the ACCC. Many scams originate overseas or take place over the internet, making them very difficult to track down and prosecute. If you lose money to a scam, it is unlikely that you will be able to recover your loss. The ACCC publishes this website to help consumers recognise scams because prevention is definitely a better option when it comes to scams. The ACCC's roles extend beyond preventing scams and include other areas of consumer protection, infrastructure regulation, cartels and other forms of anti-competitive conduct. The ACCC also works with state and territory fair trading agencies and other government agencies to promote awareness in the community about scams.


 Australian Seniors Cyber-Safety Survey

Australian Seniors' Cyber-Safety Survey

Parliament’s Joint Select Committee on Cybersafety invites you to take part in the Australian Seniors’ Cybersafety Survey.

The Committee wants to know what older Australians really think about online services and the internet.

Participation in this survey is anonymous and will take approximately ten minutes of your time.

 


GoodToKnow

Good to Know: helping Australians stay safe online

The Good to Know campaign aims to help Australians stay safe on the internet and manage the information they share online. The campaign gives useful hints and tips that are easy to remember and put into action.


ACMA

ACMA Hotline

The Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) Hotline investigates complaints about potential illegal online content and other prohibited content. The ACMA Hotline gives priority to complaints about online child sexual abuse material and other potentially illegal content.

 


Bullying No Way!

Bullying. No Way!

The Bullying No Way! website offers a wealth of information, resources and activities for students, parents and teachers.

 


 

Stay Smart Online

Stay Smart Online

The Australian Government's cybersecurity website provides information for Australian internet users on the simple steps they can take to protect their personal and financial information online.

 


 

Australian Federal Police

Australian Federal Police

Commonwealth crimes are crimes that fall within the law-making responsibilities of the Australian government (sometimes called the Federal government). Commonwealth crimes can be reported via the AFPs website.

 


 

Lifeline - 13 11 14

Lifeline - 13 11 14

Lifeline provides access to crisis support, suicide prevention and mental health support services.


Be Bold Stop Bullying

Facebook's Be Bold Stop Bullying Campaign includes a resource centre that provides additional support and information for young people, parents and teachers on ways to prevent bullying, including a new Bullying Prevention Page as part of the Facebook Safety Centre. For more information, click here.

 

Kids Helpline

Kids Helpline - 1800 55 1800

Kids Helpline is Australia's only free, private and confidential, telephone and online counselling service specifically for young people aged between 5 and 25.

 


Reach Out

Reach Out

ReachOut.com is Australia’s leading online youth mental health service. It’s the perfect place to start if you’re not sure where to look. Every year it helps hundreds of thousands of young Australians with information support and stories on everything from finding your motivation, through to getting through really tough times.


Internet Industry Association (IIA)

Internet Industry Association (IIA)

The Internet Industry Association (IIA) is Australia's national Internet industry organisation.

The IIA strives to lead the Internet Economy with visionary and commercially guiding principles that provide practical working parameters to safeguard and nurture responsible usage, communication and commercial advantage for all users and to ensure probity and mutually beneficial ethics across providers to the Internet, government and the transacting users.

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St Aloysius Catholic College Fair

I was privileged to open this year's fair at St Aloysius Catholic College.
Nearly every school has a fair as a major fixture in their calendar - and not just for fundraising but for bringing the community together. It was lovely to see so many people brave the weather. 
Thank you for inviting me to open and congratulations on another successful fair.



13 November 2016


Parkinsons Australia

Last week I met with Parkinson's Australia CEO Steve Sant to discuss the issues that people living with Parkinson's face and how to improve their quality of life.

9 November 2016


Palliative Care Lunchbox Briefing

Pleased to chair a Lunchbox Briefing with Palliative Care Australia at Parliament House yesterday. Dr Peter Allcroft, Dr Linda Sheehan, Professor Ben White and Mr Simon Murphy engaged in a wide ranging conversation about the legal, ethical, and medical issues surrounding euthanasia and palliative care.


9 November 2016



Walk for Brain Cancer 2016

On Sunaday November 6, I was pleased to hold the third annual Walk for Brain Cancer Tasmania. We had over 300 walkers take part this year and raised over a staggering $40,000 to help end this insidious disease, which kills more Australian children than any other disease.  


6 November 2016




Barassi Debate 2016 Breakfast

The Lord’s Taverners Australia is a Federated autonomous organisation with branches in all States and Territories and approximately 3000 members. Since its inception in 1982, the organisation has raised and disbursed more than $10 million in cash and kind, with disbursements in 2012-13 in the order of $417,000 across a wide range of sports and recreational activities for disadvantaged or disabled young people.

  

20 August 2016


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