Netsafe is working with The University of Swansea’s DRAGON-S (Developing Resistance Against Grooming Online) project to help provide tools to professionals working with young people to help them support those who are the target of online grooming.
Funded by the United Nation’s initiated End Violence Against Children fund, the project is looking to pilot their DRAGON-Shield tool with New Zealand educators and those that work with children.
“This is a unique opportunity to shape what will be a valuable tool in helping to protect our tamariki from harmful contact online,” said Netsafe. “They will provide free training to those willing to participate and will evaluate the tools across several participating countries.”
Read more in the information below. Registrations of interest are required by 24 February.
INTERFACE February 2023