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ONLINE SAFETY AND YOUNG PEOPLE POLICYWestern Edge Youth Arts WEYA are committedto the safety of all young peopleparticipating in our workshopsand programs This document is intended to provide informat

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1 WESTERN EDGE YOUTH ARTS ONLINE SAFETY
WESTERN EDGE YOUTH ARTS ONLINE SAFETY AND YOUNG PEOPLE POLICY Western Edge Youth Arts (WEYA) are committed to the safety of all young people participating in our workshops and programs. This document is intended to provide information about the digital safety precautions we are undertaking as we transition our programs into an online environment , as well as our obligations to the young people we engage with and our community partners . Th is document will also provide resources to find additional information about online safety for young people and those who work with them. WEYA recognises that social connection during times of physical isolation is of vital importance to maintaining social and emotional health. As such, from April 2020, all of WEYA’s programs will continu e to operate in a digital / online format until the restrictions imposed as a result of COVID - 19 are lifted. All staff and contractors will continue to adhere to our existing WEYA Child and Young Person Protection Policy , which can be found on our website http://westernedge.org.au/about/key - documents Online Safety : WEYA p rioritises the safety and wellbeing of all young people in our programs. WEYA understands that online environment s, like physical environments, should minimise the possibility of young people experiencing harm , and will be employing the following risk mitigation strategies: • Utilising the existing safety features of web - based video conferencing tools (Zoom, Microsoft Teams) , including meeting passwords, waiting rooms, and d isabling private chat functions. • Setting and enforcing online safety behavioural expectations for both staff and participants. • All staff will be trained in child safety, and will know when and how to report breaches of child safety, and/or concerns for a child or young person’s wellbeing . • Linking to other support services . Web - based video conferencing safety features: 1. Young People will not be allowed to join meetings without a Lead Artist ( Host ) present, therefore eliminating unsupervised online communica

2 tions. 2. WEYA digital workshops
tions. 2. WEYA digital workshops will be invite - only (Teams) or password protected (Zoom) , to ensure that outside parties are not able to join the meeting. 3. WEYA will disable the ‘private chat’ fu nction to ensure that young people are not able to communicate / share online content without supervision. 4. WEYA staff will ensure that only content appropriate for young people is shared via screen - sharing, videos or other external content. WESTERN EDGE YOUTH ARTS ONLINE SAFETY AND YOUNG PEOPLE POLICY 5. WEYA will not share recordings or images from the workshops without appropriate consent from participants (and guardians where appropriate). LET US ALL PRACTICE: Patience : This a new way that we’re all working, technology and data connection can be unpredictable if the workshop is disrupted be patient WEYA Lead and Support Artists will be trying their best to fix it. Awareness : There are many different ways of co mmunicating via on - line platforms (audio, video, emojis , and chat box etc) be mindful of the multiple ways people are engaging in your workshop to make sure everyone’s voice is heard. Respect : WEYA embraces everyone for who they are and what they bring , performing on - line maybe a new experience for some people let’s be respectful and supportive by encouraging each other to creatively express freely. Accountability : WEYA encourages everyone to listen to where they are at and choose how they want to eng age in the workshop to make sure everyone feels safe and comfortable. If something makes you feel uncomfortable during the workshop here are a few strategies: • If you don’t want others to see your room / where you are, use the background feature in Zoom (this will be explained in the first session ) • If

3 you have a concern, u se the
you have a concern, u se the raise your hand emoji so that Lead and Support Artists and t hey will respond to you immediately • If you ’ re feeling uncom for table and need to have some time away from the group, u se the chat box and text brb (you might also want to stop video and mute yoursel f unti l you return to the workshop ) • Use the leave meeting function and a Lead or Support Artist will be in touch immediately Lead artists will use the framework outlined on esafety.gov.au for responding to online incidents and will participate in a facilitated training session with WEYA core staff ab out best practice w hen engaging with young people online. Participants will have an understanding of clear reporting pathways should any incidents occur , outlined in the online safety for parents and participants document. W EYA reserves the right to mute or restrict access to participants who repeatedly disregard the se expectations, but will aim to liaise with them to address any issues, to identify the cause of the issues, restore their access to the program and that they are supported and connected to external support networks if required. Additional Resources about online safety and young people : Office of the Children’s eSafety Commissione r Investigates com plaints about cyber - bullying against childre n Ph: 1800 880 17 6 WESTERN EDGE YOUTH ARTS ONLINE SAFETY AND YOUNG PEOPLE POLICY Kids Helplin e A free and confidential counselling service for young people age 5 - 2 5 Ph: 1800 551 80 0 Lifelin e Crisis support and suicide prevention servic e Ph: 13 11 1 4 Safe and Supportiv e School Communitie s Bullying. No Way! – Take a stand together has useful information and interactive activities for students, teachers and parents: www.takeastandtogether.gov.au Cybersmar t Cybersmart is a national cybersafety and cybersec

4 urity education program managed
urity education program managed by the Australian Communications and Media Authority: www.cybersmart.gov.a u Department of Education and Early Childhood Developmen t Bully Stoppers supports students, parents, teachers and principals to reduce the incidence of bullying: http://www.education.vic.gov.au/about/programs/bullystoppers/Pages/default.asp x Bullying online or at school: http://www.legalaid.vic.gov.au/find - legal - answers/discrimination - harassment - and - bullying/bullying - online - or - schoo l Victoria Legal Ai d Free legal help over the phone, Monday to Friday, 8.45 am to 5.15 pm . Tel: 1300 792 38 7 Website: www.legalaid.vic.gov.au Centre Against Sexual Assault (CASA ) You can conta ct a CASA 24 hours a day, seven days a week for crisis counselling, support, information and advocacy. Your call will be directed to the CASA in your region . Tel: 1800 806 29 2 Website: www.casa.org.au W estjustice Community Legal Centr e Free legal advice and representatio n Monday to Friday 9am – 5p m 9749 772 0 West Division Intake - metropolitan only - 1300 664 977 West Division Metro area reports are managed by North Division Intake located at DHHS Preston for the following areas and LGAs: Brimbank, Hobsons Bay, Maribyrnong, Melbourne, Melton, Moonee Valley, Wyndham. International callers can ring West Division In take on 61352264540 After - hours Child Protection Emergency Service - 13 12 78 WESTERN EDGE YOUTH ARTS ONLINE SAFETY AND YOUNG PEOPLE POLICY If you have significant concern for the wellbeing of a child, but do not believe they are at risk of significant harm, and where the immediate safety of the child will not c ompromised, a referral to Child FIRST or The Orange Door may be appropriate. Brimbank 1300 138 180 Melton 1300 138 180 Wyndham 1300 775 160 Moonee Valley 1300 775 160 Maribyrnong 1300 775