Join us between 5pm and 8pm AEDST and help us celebrate the 10th anniversary of Safer Internet Day.
We’ll be discussing online safety and privacy, digital reputation and citizenship, and exploring this year’s theme: 'Online Rights and Responsibilities – Connect with Respect'.
You can listen via any internet-enabled device, including your computer, phone or tablet. Simply click on either of the two buttons below to access your preferred media player to live stream the program.
Our host for the program is James O’Loghlin, and he will be joined by:
- Year 5 students, Frenchs Forest Primary School
- The ACMA teen panel
- International experts from the US, UK and New Zealand
- Representatives from:
- the ACMA
- the Interactive Gaming and Entertainment Association (iGEA)
- the Alannah and Madeline Foundation
- Kids Helpline
- And many more!
From 7:15pm watch the live webcast of the final part of our program, a panel discussion on the topic ‘Online vs offline—is there really any difference anymore?’
How can you take part?
Send us your comments and questions by:
Email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Twitter via hashtags #SID2013Oz and #SID2013
We’ll endeavour to answer as many of them as we can during the program.
Safer Internet Day Radio Australia - program (PDF, 163KB) (HTML)
What happens when our program is over?
At 8pm the Cybersmart Australian Safer Internet Day Radio program will sign off—but our program is only the first phase of an international link-up. You can continue listening to our partners in the UK as they broadcast a further 12 hours of interesting Safer Internet Day content. Details of the UK program are on the safer internet website.
Over the next few weeks we will be uploading the highlights of our program for you to share and enjoy again. Watch this space for updates!