Who we are

The Centre for Digital Wellbeing is a policy research and design centre focusing on technology’s impact on overall health and wellbeing, safety and social cohesion in the Australian community. 

Our purpose is to facilitate research about the impacts of technology, formulate policy responses and develop initiatives to assist users to better engage in healthy, ethical and safe digital practices.

The Centre has an Advisory Council comprising a network of health, mental health, digital technology and social policy experts who inform the Centre’s work direction and policy development.

The Social Policy Group provides secretariat support to the Centre.

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