You are navigating through the vast landscape of the internet, a remarkable tool that keeps you connected with your loved ones, provides you with a wealth of information, and offers countless resources. However, it's crucial for you to stay alert and protect yourself from the potential dangers lurking online.
These threats do not discriminate; they can affect you regardless of your age, gender, nationality, race, or personal situation. This is especially true if you are in a vulnerable position, such as being displaced. Recognising this, UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency has prepared a detailed 9-chapter guide specifically for you.
Whether you're searching the internet for job opportunities, looking for accommodation, engaging with new people in Facebook Groups, or if you have children who are active on social media, this guide helps to understand the various risks you might encounter online, and provides you with specific strategies to safeguard yourself against them.