Online safety in the Pacific: Report Launch

Online safety in the Pacific: Report Launch

Join us as we share our participatory research on children’s and families’ online safety in Kiribati, Papua New Guinea and Solomon Islands.

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About this Event

With cable internet systems rolling out across the Pacific, access to affordable and fast digital connectivity in the region is set to rapidly expand, opening up unprecedented opportunities for children but also potentially exposing them to new risks and potential harm. Child online safety in the Pacific region stands at a critical juncture.

Join Chief Executives from Plan International Australia and ChildFund Australia in discussion with expert Professor Amanda Third, Western Sydney University to launch the Online Safety in the Pacific Report. Hear more about children and young people’s online experiences based on research conducted through Living Labs in Kiribati, Papua New Guinea and the Solomon Islands. Our panel will discuss emerging regional challenges, and the programmatic solutions we have developed to keep children and young people safe online.

Read the full report here [PDF 3.8 MB]

This discussion will be held from 1:00pm-1:45pm on Thursday, 15th October.

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If you have any questions regarding the event please contact Pasanna Mutha-Merennege at pasanna.mutha-merennege@plan.org.au.

This is a launch that is co-hosted by ChildFund Australia, Plan International Australia and the Young and Resilient Research Centre at Western Sydney University.

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