Webinar: Privacy and Child Safety: Managing Competing Obligations

Date: 08 Sep 2020

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Navigating between competing obligations is always tricky, but the stakes are particularly high when privacy and child safety come into conflict. This conflict has been heightened by an increasingly remote world, leading to the collection of significant amounts of personal information belonging to children. Failure by organisations to adequately consider the crossover between these two important considerations create a risk of breach of privacy, defamation and further child safety concerns.

This webinar, presented by our legal partner Moores, will help you:

  • Understand your privacy and child safety obligations
  • Understand the interaction between these two sets of obligations
  • Protect the privacy of children - particularly in relation to taking and using photos, recording remote lessons or interactions with children and releasing information.
  • Navigate key scenarios including:
    • Child safety investigations
    • Reporting child safety concerns
  • Work through case studies and recent learnings.

Presenters: Moores Practice Leader, Skye Rose, and Lawyer, Rena Ou Yang.

This Webinar will take place live on:

Tuesday, September 8, 2020 from 1pm to 2pm AEST

If you can't make this time, you don't have to miss out. Simply register online, pay, and after the Webinar has taken place, a recording will be automatically emailed to you.

Price:

Institute of Community Directors Australia members: $70 (inc GST)

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Non-member price: $80 (inc GST)

SPECIAL NATIONAL CHILD PROTECTION WEEK OFFER:
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Package this webinar with our other National Child Protection Week webinar, Managing Child-to-Child Abuse, for a 20% discount.

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