20 May 2021

eSafety surveys Aussie women about online abuse at work

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The eSafety Commissioner is undertaking important research with Australian women who have a strong online or media presence as part of their professional work. 

Women often face high levels of abuse online which can profoundly damage their confidence, self-esteem and feelings of personal safety. It can also lead to them stepping back from public life or from participating in online activities.

This research will help eSafety better understand how online abuse affects women in their professional lives.

Its education programs will be informed by the information provided, thus empowering women to feel they can participate freely and without compromise online in their professional lives. 

Please take the time to complete the survey now, which will be open until 12th June, 2021. 

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