Safer Internet Day NZ 2020  #SID2020


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?


Sign up to be an official supporter of Safer Internet Day 2020 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 2020 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 are on their way...

Keep your eyes peeled. In the meantime check out Netsafe and Instagram’s A Parent’s Guide to Instagram launched on Safer Internet Day 2019.


A Parent's Guide to Instagram

Instagram and Netsafe have partnered on A Parent’s Guide to Instagram: New Zealand Edition 2019.

Although young people are often digitally savvy, they’re still developing. They may need your guidance on appropriate online behaviours and how to navigate challenges. As a parent you don’t need to be an expert in technology, but being familiar with the technology that young people are using and the challenges that they may experience is a great start. This guide will give you that insight and prepare you to give your kids the guidance when they need it.

A Parent's Guide to Instagram


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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.

Privacy on Facebook


Privacy on Twitter


Privacy on Instagram


Privacy on Snapchat




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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.