Social media


Social media is a great way to raise awareness and show your support for International Day of People with Disability.

We encourage you to share your event and messages of inclusion and diversity on your social media platforms using the hashtag #IDPwD.

Make sure you follow and tag @idpwd on Facebook and Twitter, and @idpwd_au on Instagram.

IDPwD 2023 Social Media Assets

Social Media Kit

Social media tiles

Auslan

Auslan - International Day Auslan - of People Auslan - with Auslan - Disability Auslan - IDPwD

Braille

Braille - International Day of Braille - People with disability

Facebook and Instagram

Text reads ‘What is IDPwD?’ In the bottom left corner is the www.idpwd.com.au URL. In the bottom right corner is the International Day of People with Disability logo. Text reads ‘Today is IDPwD!’ In the bottom left corner is the www.idpwd.com.au URL. In the bottom right corner is the International Day of People with Disability logo. Text reads ‘To me IDPwD means…’ In the bottom left corner is the www.idpwd.com.au URL. In the bottom right corner is the International Day of People with Disability logo.

Facebook, Twitter and Instagram Stories

In the top left corner is an illustration of a calendar. On the calendar is an illustration of a clock, showing 9:00. Above the calendar illustration is text ‘3 Dec’. In the top right corner is the International Day of People with Disability logo. Below is text that reads ‘What is IDPwD?’ On the bottom is the www.idpwd.com.au URL. In the top left corner is an illustration of a calendar. On the calendar is an illustration of a clock, showing 9:00. Above the calendar illustration is text ‘3 Dec’. In the top right corner is the International Day of People with Disability logo. Below is text that reads ‘Today is IDPwD!’ On the bottom is the www.idpwd.com.au URL. In the top left corner is an illustration of a calendar. On the calendar is an illustration of a clock, showing 9:00. Above the calendar illustration is text ‘3 Dec’. In the top right corner is the International Day of People with Disability logo. Below is text that reads ‘What does IDPwD mean to me?’ On the bottom is the www.idpwd.com.au URL.

Cover photos

Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter

In the top left corner is text that reads ‘Be part of creating an inclusive and diverse community’ In the top right corner is the International Day of People with Disability logo. In the bottom left corner is an illustration of a calendar. On the calendar is an illustration of a clock, showing 9:00. Above the calendar illustration is text ‘3 Dec’. In the bottom right corner is the www.idpwd.com.au URL. In the top left corner is text that reads ‘Be part of creating an inclusive and diverse community’ In the top right corner is the International Day of People with Disability logo. In the bottom left corner is an illustration of a calendar. On the calendar is an illustration of a clock, showing 9:00. Above the calendar illustration is text ‘3 Dec’. In the bottom right corner is the www.idpwd.com.au URL. In the top left corner is text that reads ‘Be part of creating an inclusive and diverse community’ In the top right corner is the International Day of People with Disability logo. In the bottom left corner is an illustration of a calendar. On the calendar is an illustration of a clock, showing 9:00. Above the calendar illustration is text ‘3 Dec’. In the bottom right corner is the www.idpwd.com.au URL.

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