Posters to share
Every year, a new World Day poster is offered via the World Day website and it features that year’s World Day theme.
The 2017 poster highlights the importance of targets for monitoring progress, which are vital to achieving the ultimate goal of the Decade – reducing the forecast number of road traffic deaths and injuries globally by 2020.
The 50% target for both deaths and serious injuries (the latter had mostly been ignored until now) has been chosen because this target is part of the Sustainable Development Goal adopted by the UN General Assembly: Sustainable Development Goal 3.6 (Reduce fatalities AND serious injuries by 50% by 2020)
Below please find our World Day posters from previous years and the links to those posters in your language.
The poster for 2016 poster represents the theme for WDR 2016 through a road sign triangle, stressing the crucial importance of post-crash actions – medical care, investigation, justice – for reducing road deaths and injuries. A serious post-crash response is demanded in particular by organisations supporting road crash victims.
The poster for 2015 highlights two significant anniversaries: 20 years of the World Day being observed globally and 10 years since it was recognized by the United Nations. This poster, with the distinctive World Day logo, will help draw attention to the global disaster of road death and injury – the sad reason why this Day had to come into existence.
The designer of the 2016 and 2015 posters was Maggie Bakir.
The WDR logo was designed by Simona Murialdo.
Please click on your country’s flag for the posters in your language: