Netsafety Week 2021


The internet has played a big part in keeping people connected over the past year – and that trend isn’t slowing down anytime soon – which makes it important that every person knows how to stay safe online. This is why Netsafe is hosting New Zealand’s first ever Netsafety Week designed to Make Aotearoa Safer Online. This site will provide you with resources, social media assets, and more information to learn about our sponsors and supporters.



Supporter Resources


Supporter Toolkit

Our Supporter Toolkit includes suggested text, as well as Netsafety Week campaign messages to help make Aotearoa safer online.

Social Media Assets

Use our social media assets to promote the week on your website and social media. If you have specific image size requirements email outreach@netsafe.org.nz

5 Netsafety Week Tips

Wondering where to begin with online safety? We’ve put together a few online safety tips to help you have better online experiences.

Posters

Help us spark an online safety kōrero with your staff, students, community and networks by pinning up our Netsafety Week posters at your school or workplace.


Haven't signed up to be a supporter yet? There's still time.


We’re looking for supporters to help us promote the positive power of a safe internet and the places available to get assistance within New Zealand. We provide the resources and you can choose how involved you want to be – a chat with mates, liking a post or sticking up posters at work will spread the message. It’s free to join and we’ll include your logo on our supporters list below.

By becoming a supporter you’re helping us connect people in Aotearoa with the information they need to keep them and their whānau safe. Anything you can do to spread the word helps and we’d love to have you join us.

If you’ve got a plan or are hosting an event about how your organisation could amplify the campaign’s message, email us at outreach@netsafe.org.nz

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Resources for organisations, schools and communities


Online Safety Parent Toolkit


It’s important that every parent knows how to support their child to have better online experiences. Our Toolkit offers 7 steps with tips and tools translated in 5 different languages that will help you talk to your child about online safety.

Staying Safe Online Guide


This Staying Safe Online Guide helps everyone have better online experiences across many different platforms. It's available in different languages and contains simple tips from some of the most popular digital platforms.

Community Presentation Kit


These community presentations have been created to support communities when sharing information about the week and general online safety and citizenship advice with anyone who might need it.

TikTok Family Safety Toolkit


TikTok is one of the fastest growing social media apps. It’s a platform for creating, sharing and discovering short videos. As young people enjoy being on it, TikTok and Netsafe have partnered on the TikTok Family Safety Toolkit to help you and your child safely navigate some of the online challenges and have fun.

Online Gaming Toolkit


Young people prefer to engage with adults who have genuine interest in their online lives. Our newest whanāu toolkit offers 7 steps to help parents and guardians get to a place where they are confident to engage with their children on the world of gaming.

Managing your CV's Digital Footprint


It’s only a matter of time for many young people before personal lives cross over with their professional lives. We've developed a resource to spark conversations and thoughts on why your digital footprint matters.

Fake News Resources


Teaching kids about what’s real and what’s not, can be tricky but it’s important tamariki understand that just because something is online doesn’t mean it’s true. Here’s some advice to help you teach tamariki on how to spot fake news.



Conversation starters for educators, students and school leaders


For Netsafety Week, we’ve put together a few online safety conversation starters, and topics to spark your thinking and help you, your students and peers have better online experiences.




Netsafety Week Sponsors


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