Resources

Learn more about related national and international laws, conventions and standards on online safety for children. All of these resources are downloadable.

Cyber Safety Brochure

Size: 11.75 x 8.75 in, back to back

Cyber Safety Fan

Size: 10 x 10 in, back to back

Video: Ami and Abu Adventures!

Episode 1 – The Internet is Good and Bad

Video: Ami and Abu Adventures!

Episode 2 – Protect Your Online Privacy

Poster: Ami and Abu for Classrooms

Size: 24 x 36 in

Poster: Cyber Safety Tips for PisoNet

Size: 24 x 36 in

Poster: Online Grooming

Size: 24 x 36 in

CyberSafe Teachers’ Manuals (Grades 5-6)

Online Safety lesson plans for Teachers (Grades 5‐6)

CyberSafe Survey

Highlights of a 2016 survey on Philippine children’s use of the internet: access, social media use, information privacy, online relationships, cyberbullying.

CyberSafe Teachers’ Manuals (Junior High)

Online Safety lesson plans for Teachers (Junior High)

CyberSafe Infographics

Shareable social media content from the CyberSafe Survey with tips on how to stay safe online.

CyberSafe Dalir-Eskwela Videos
Dalir-eskwela offers a range of educational materials which discuss key issues on CyberSafety from Cyberbullying to Online Chatting, Online Gaming and Online Pornography. It is a school wherein students can learn tips on how to safely navigate the internet. The materials include videos for students, brochures for parents and posters for the local school community. Dali-eskwela follows the messaging discussed in the CyberSafe lesson plans.

Go to CyberSafe website

PACT

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Online Child Sexual Abuse Flyer for Kids

Developed by Philippines Against Child Trafficking

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Online Child Sexual Abuse Flyer for Parents

Developed by Philippines Against Child Trafficking

DAWN

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DAWN Mothers Video Series

The Women of Development Action for Women Network provide tips for other parents in keeping children safe online.

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Webtoon: Extortion

A webtoon episode developed by DAWN Youth during the Cyber Safety Orientation conducted in April 2018.

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Webtoon: Hate Comments

A webtoon episode developed by DAWN Youth during the Cyber Safety Orientation conducted in April 2018.

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Webtoon: Hate Comments v2

Developed by Keigo Mosatalla in collaboration with DAWN Youth during the Cyber Safety Orientation conducted in April 2018.

Creating Rainbows

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Creating Rainbows E-book

The creation of this toolkit is a recognition of the collective wisdom and experience of people, organizations, and agencies who work hard to provide care for child victims of sexual abuse and exploitation. It will hopefully provide basic skills and information in guiding frontliners and child protection practitioners serving the best interest of the child.

Others

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Philippine Republic Act 7610

The Philippine law that gives protection to children against abuse, exploitation and discrimination.

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Presidential Proclamation No. 417

Declaring the second Tuesday of February of every year as Safer Internet Day for children in the Philippines.

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The United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child – Fact Sheet

A summary of the international agreement on the civil, political, economic and social human rights of every child.