We place great value on the safety of all our participants, and we’re doing everything we can to ensure their safety.

So, we’ve gathered a variety of resources to make it easy for you to protect yourself online!

Australian Classification

In Australia, the ‘Classification Act’ requires the ‘Classification Board’ to consider matters including community standards, the nature of the content and whether it has any artistic or educational value, and who the intended audience is when making classification decisions for films, computer games and some publications.

You can learn more here: https://www.classification.gov.au/

Nexus Online Content

Where possible, we will display the official classification rating for the content being used in a session or activity during Nexus Online.

If an official classification is not available, we will use the same tools and algorithms to provide approximate classifications for each session and activity.

Australian Government – Office of the eSafety Commisioner

“eSafety strives to deliver comprehensive, compassionate and citizen-focused services. To achieve our Mission and Vision, eSafety focuses on six areas, each underpinned by a strategic goal and implemented by a range of well-tested tactics and activities.

Our purpose is to help safeguard Australians at risk from online harms and to promote safer, more positive online experiences.”

Free eSafety Resources!

There are a great variety of resources for parents, children, young people, and educators available from the eSafety Commissioners website: https://www.esafety.gov.au/ 

Some great resources related to Nexus online include: ‘Cyberbullying’, ‘Online Gaming’, ‘Time Online’, and ‘The eSafety Guide’.

Everyone participating in Nexus Online, including staff, volunteers, and participants all agreed to our ‘Code of Conduct’ when purchasing their ticket.

To learn more, or to see how this helps to keep you safe, check it out now!