Sextortion – decision tree resource

  • Helplines
  • 28/06/2016
  • Austrian Safer Internet Centre

A new English-language decision tree has been created addressing a current hot topic in the online world – sextortion. Produced by saferinternet.at and rataufdraht.at (part of the the Austrian Safer Internet Centre), the decision tree is part of the ‘Think about' series inviting young people to reflect on their online behaviour and how to protect themselves online.

The decision trees are a useful tool for helpline staff, providing guidance on how to pose questions and respond to young people on these specific topics.
 
 
Further English-language decision trees can be found as follows:
These three titles are also available in a range of European languages (Bulgarian, Finnish, Flemish, French, German, Greek, Hungarian, Polish and Portuguese) - access the full list of decision trees here.
 
Children and young people in need of help or support in dealing with online issues, or their parents or carers, can contact their national Insafe helpline.

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