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Stop Cyberbullying

Stay safe online during COVID-19

There are lots of great ways to stay safe online when you are at home. Visit the Office of the eSafety Commissioner website for a range of tips and advice.

Stop Cyberbullying 2020 Grants now open

Got an idea to stop cyberbullying? The Stop Cyberbullying grants program provides an opportunity to put your ideas into action. If you are aged 10 to 25 or a community organisation, apply now. Applications close midnight 10 May 2020.

Stop Cyberbullying creative competition

Got a creative idea to help stop cyberbullying? If you are aged 10 to 16 you can enter the Stop Cyberbullying competition with a video, song, poem, photo or artwork – whichever medium you choose! You can win a share in up to $5,000 worth of prizes for sharing your creative ideas! Applications close midnight 10 May 2020.

Access to eSmart programs—keeping students safe online

Funding now available to combat cyberbullying

Queensland schools can now apply for grants to promote cybersafety by teaching smart, safe and responsible use of online technology.

Grant projects

Learn about the local initiatives and projects that grant recipients have delivered to tackle cyberbullying.

Make a cyberbullying complaint

Find out how to make a complaint about cyberbullying or seriously threatening, intimidating, harassing or humiliating online behaviour.

Say 'no' to bullying

All bullying, including cyberbullying, is never OK. Take a stand and say 'no' to bullying.

Presentations from CONVO2019

Read presentations from guest speakers at CONVO2019 about how to keep children safe in the online world.

Find support services

Are you or someone you care about going through a tough time? Find the best support option for you.