Safer Internet Day NZ


Safer Internet Day, celebrated globally every February, is a day dedicated to promoting a safer online world. Online safety is more important than ever. The internet’s pretty enticing these days – it’s remarkable how much of our lives we live online and how many priceless life hacks the internet offers.

Considering we spend so much time there, we think it deserves a little attention, a home reno if you will. Unfortunately making the internet a more enjoyable place for all of us to be takes more than asking “Does this spark joy?”. But there are steps that we can all take to make the internet a safer place, and we’re hoping you’ll join us.

Netsafe is the official organising committee in New Zealand and we’re encouraging all New Zealanders to join the kōrero in your communities and networks about what a safer internet could look like.


Are you a school or organisation keen to support Safer Internet Day 2021?

Sign up to be an official supporter of Safer Internet Day 2021 and we’ll include your logo on our campaign website and provide you with resources and support to help you celebrate the day. We’ll let you know as our 2021 Safer Internet Day resources become available. If you’ve got ideas about how your organisation could amplify the campaign’s message, email us at outreach@netsafe.org.nz
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Our 2020 resources




Netsafe’s 5 Safer Internet Day Basics


Wondering where to begin with online safety? For Safer Internet Day, we’ve put together a few online safety starter tips to spark your thinking and help you have better online experiences.



Netsafe’s Safer Internet Day Posters


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




Safer Internet Day Student Presentation


This presentation has been created to support schools when sharing information about the day and general online safety and citizenship advice with students. It can be used at any time – before Safer Internet Day, on the day itself or as a follow-up.




Netsafe's Parent Toolkit

As young people spend more time online it’s important that every parent knows how to support their child to have better online experiences.

Our Parent Toolkit offers practical tips and tools that will help you talk to your child about online safety. It includes:

• Quickstarter tips for parents, whānau and young people
• Information to enhance your digital parenting knowledge
• Details about the online risks and challenges your child may face
• Advice about how you can help your child



Do an online profile check-up

One of the simplest things you can do to keep yourself safe online is check in on your online profile privacy settings. If you’re using social media, make sure that you have your privacy settings tight, so that you’re only sharing information with your friends or connections. Check out our advice for keeping your social media profiles private below.



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Safer Internet Day NZ Supporter Toolkit

Our Support Toolkit includes suggested text and graphic elements for social media and newsletters, as well as the 2020 Safer Internet Day NZ campaign key messages.