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Spread the Word

We believe that we’re stronger when we work together. That’s why we’re inviting others to use our materials to help spread the word even further.

Help us spread the word

Would you like to help us to spread the word about issues affecting children on the move?

If so, from this page you can download images and editable artwork files that you can use to create your own posters, social media posts, and more. Select a category below to get started – and don’t forget to let us know what you’ve created on Facebook, Instagram or Twitter!

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Roadsign set

Download our set of Childhood on the Move campaign roadsigns. You can then use these, modify them, and build on them to create new artwork to talk about childhood on the move.

JPEG, PNG and vector formats in a ZIP file

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Campaign ads

Hard-hitting images that communicate key messages relating to children on the move.

JPEG format images in a ZIP file

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Infographics

A range of images that communicate key facts about children on the move.

JPEG format images in a ZIP file

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