Top 8 Posters of Online Poster Making Competition


  1st Prize

Lets Take a Step to Unzip the Monotony.
A Beautiful representation of present Scenario and the relevance of all the Sustainable Development Goals in Today’s World


  2nd Prize


A Poster on SDG5 saying We are progressing together with innovation, infrastructure and industry


  3rd Prize


A Poster on SDG5 : Gender Equality beautifully picturizing domestic violence , female feticide and biased equality in one picture. However, was urging to raise voice against it.








Over a lakh students from across the country supported by civil society organizations and forums like Wada Na Todo Abhiyan, CSEI ,PARA , PANI, BREADS, Nine is Mine, YUVA, WGHR , Nari-o-shishu Kalyan Kendra and IHRE have signed a memorandum, urging the government to include human rights in school curriculum.

The signature campaign by children to include human rights in school curriculum got tremendous support by media and social media discussions. United Nation India tweeted supporting the campaign which got lakhs of impressions, 1000+ likes and re tweeted 230 times and more including eminent personalities like Priyanka Chopra.

The Campaign also got wider public support through the hash tag #children4HRE, live streaming of voices of the key children speakers as well as social media support by other prestigious organisations. Furthermore, it was covered by numerous media houses  as well.


Find attached the Memorandum and the Declaration by Children :

memorandum (2)

Children Delaration

Online poster making competition



Are you aware of the global goals??

It is a set of 17 “G-goals” to transform our world- the 2030 agenda for sustainable development.

On the occasion of the second anniversary of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) on 25th September 2017, Wada Na Todo Abhiyan is organizing an online poster making competition.

  • The poster should cover ‘leave no one behind’ & ‘ a life of dignity for all’
  • The poster can be made on any of the Sustainable Development Goals.
  • The key messages in the poster can vary. The messages can be ones that creates awareness on SDGs




  • Posters can be handmade or digital.( handmade posters are to be scanned or photographed and the digital copy sent)
  • JPEG and PDF format are permissible. Posters should be formatted so that these can be printed.
  • Posters should be in English /Hindi language.
  • Tagline, slogan can be used.
  • Mention your name on bottom of the poster.
  • You can either mail us, or post it on facebook tagging Wada Na Todo Abhiyan page
  • The judge’s decision will remain final.
  • The posters submitted will be used by WNTA for different occasions and cover page of different publications.
  • Last date of submission is  5th October,2017


  • The idea should be original and should not include any copyright materials.
  • Any information provided in the poster should be properly researched for accuracy.
  • The entries received after last date will not be considered for the competition.
  • The judge’s decision will remain final.
  • The posters submitted will be used by WNTA for different promotional activities.
  • The best poster will be featured in the cover page of the next ‘Civil Society Report On SDGs’
  • There will be three winners declared and a sum of rupees (INR) 5000/- , 3000/- and 2000/- will be awarded respectively to him/her along with an achievement certificate .


  • Upload your poster on facebook or twitter with a suitable caption explaining the poster and tag Wada Na Todo Abhiyan Page.
  • You can also mail us your poster along with your name , contact number and also with a suitable caption explain the poster to
  • Last date of submission is 5th October,  2017




Please find the attached document to know more about SDGs:

1. Brochure on Sustainable Development Goals :Agenda 2030

2. Brief about Sustainable Development Goals

Civil Society Report on SDGs: Agenda 2030

Civil Society Report on SDGs: Agenda 2030 is a Civil Society initiative anchored by Wada Na Todo Abhiyan (WNTA). The report was released among a large gathering of 225 participants consisting of academicians, members of the media, networks working on SDGs, organizations/individuals engaged with marginalized groups and members from civil society organizations across 18 states of India including Andhra Pradesh, Bihar, Chhattisgarh, Delhi, Gujarat, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh, Jharkhand, Madya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Manipur, Odisha, Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh, Punjab, Uttarakhand, West Bengal and Telangana on 6th July 2017 at the ‘Speaker Hall’, Constitution Club of India, New Delhi.