New workplace posters

  BABY-POSTER-THUMBNAIL.JPGBreastfeeding -  Because hungry babies can't wait

Social media - Take care before you share

Social media - Think before you post your next comment


Diversity - makes a difference 

Diversity - makes a workplace unique

Help stop workplace discrimination 

Workplace posters

These posters include space to add contact details for your organisation.

Image of poster titled Stop HarassmentStop harassment and bullying Image of poster titled Diversity makes the differenceDiversity makes the difference Image of fish in a poster entitled Common Workplace AnimalsCommon workplace animals

General posters

These posters are designed to be used in the workplace and in community settings.

Image of carer's poster Do you care? Image of poster saying no discrimination in 14 languages Say no to discrimination
and harassment (multilingual)
Image of poster titled That's not fair

Image of poster titled Stop hassling me image of breast feeding poster Of course you can (breastfeeding)

To buy posters 

The above posters cost $7.50 each plus postage and handling and GST. There are good discounts available for bulk purchases. 

To order posters, use the Publications Order Form​. The form gives details of the bulk discounts. Orders must be received in writing so please use the form.

Free Posters

These posters were the winning designs in our 2011 competition for school children, on the theme of "Just be fair - celebrate diversity in your community". They most suitable for schools and other environments where there are young people. 

To order FREE posters: 

Call us on (02) 9268 5530​​ or 1800 670 812 (when calling from outside the Sydney area) or email: adbcontact@justice.nsw.gov.au​

You can request up to 5 copies of each poster per organisation 
image of first prize winning poster First prize winner -
Kelsey Russell,
Condobolin High School
image of second prize winning poster Second prize winner -
William Tracey,
St Mary's Primary School, Orange
image of thrid prize winning poster Third prize winner -
Hannah Gleeson,
Edgeworth Heights Public School

​Read more on Poster competition 2011​