Students launch cyber safety videos in PNG

Equal Playing Field in Papua New Guinea introduced the School Action Group initiative along with cyber safety videos created by students aged 12-16. The program, involving around 20 groups, primarily operates in the National Capital District and focuses on addressing topics like gender equality, bullying, and online safety through young volunteers at schools.

In Papua New Guinea, Equal Playing Field (EPF) a not for profit community development organisation launched the School Action Group (SAG) initiative. At the launch EPF also released cyber-safety videos that were produced by school children aged 12-16 years. 

EPF shared that presently they have 20 School Action Groups and around 80% were in the National Capital District (NCD). The SAG works at the school level by young volunteers who speak to children on issues of gender equality, bullying, cyber safety and how to stay safe online.