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Easy English resources from the eSafety Commissioner

The eSafety Commissioner has released new Easy English resources about technological abuse. The resources aim to support women with different levels of literacy, including women with intellectual disability.

There are three Easy English resources:

  • Being safe online explains how to stay safe online, how to protect your privacy, making friends online and how to get help if something goes wrong. This is for children and adults.
  • What you can do about image-based abuse explains what image-based abuse is and how to get help if it happens to you. This is for adults only.
  • What you can do about abuse through technology explains what technology-facilitated abuse is and how to get help if it happens to you. This is for adults only.

eSafety is committed to making sure people who are at risk of online abuse can access information in a way they can understand. The new Easy English guides build on existing resources already available on the eSafety website.

Original resource

eSafety Commissioner website

Date
9 June 2020
State
Applies to all states