Webinars and other events
Susan Swain & Karen Bentley
Wednesday 26 March 2020
Online safety for frontline workers
Working in the SADFV sector as a frontline worker can bring potential risks to privacy and security. In today’s world, understanding how to maintain your privacy and security in the online world is a valuable skill for workers that may want to keep a big separation between work and personal lives. In this webinar, tech safety experts from WESNET will outline some key steps you can take to keep on top of your privacy and security.
WESNET Members can use free tickets to access this webinar or apply the standard WESNET discount. Please contact us on 1800WESNET for your discount code.
Choosing Apps for Survivors of DFV
There are more than 2 million apps are available in the Apple App store and in the Google Play store. In the past few years, a plethora of safety apps have been developed specifically for victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, and stalking. WESNET, in partnership with Monash University and Western Sydney University, have been funded by ACCAN to review and assess these mobile safety apps, and we will summarise our findings in this webinar so that victims and the front-line workers who support them can confidently choose an app that works best for them.
Cost:free (this webinar is brought to you as part of a project funded by ACCAN)
More webinars coming soon
We will have a new schedule of webinars for FY21 coming soon.
Missed one of our webinars and would like us to run it again, please click on the button below to contact us.
Early Bird is now open!
WESNET will be hosting the fourth Technology Safety Summit in Melbourne on 14-15 May 2020.
For more information and to register visit the conference website.