Social Media Campaign & Twitter Storm

A social media campaign will run throughout the #CommitToAct Streets for Life Week of Action, using social media banners, photos, and video clips to push for government commitment and action to achieve a 50% reduction in road deaths and injuries by 2030.

Get involved

  • Post your photos and video clips during the week between 16-22 May on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter
  • Use the materials HERE to download banners and the video frame and print signboards
  • Use the hashtags #CommitToAct and #StreetsForLife (in English for tracking purposes) and tag @roadsafetyngos
  • Tag the decision makers that you are seeking action from, as well as opinion leaders and influencers in your country
  • Like, share, and comment on each others’ posts to help create a buzz


Hand photos

  • Using a thick marker pen such as a sharpie, write the campaign message in English or your own language.
  • Stand in front of the camera and extend your palm in front of you so that it is in the center of the photo
  • Take a picture (horizontally or vertical)

Signboards and social media banners

  • Find the signboards HERE in English, French, and Spanish
  • You can also download an editable version to add your own message or translate to your language
  • The signboards are also available as social media banners for Twitter and Facebook.
  • Some banners have a blank space so you can add a photo or additional message
  • Find all banners and signboards HERE.


Take 10 second video clips of yourself, of road users, or your decision makers answering one of these questions:

  • What makes a street for life?
  • What action is needed to make streets for life?
  • What will you do to make your streets for life?

Use our frame HERE or upload your video HERE.

Post your clip on social media.

Tips for your video clips

  • Prepare your message: keep it short, one or two short sentences – no more than 20 seconds
  • Ideally record your video outside (maybe showing a street for life near your home or office)
  • If possible use wireless earphones with a built in microphone to capture the sound better. (these don’t need to be highly technical, the earphones that you use for video calls should be sufficient)
  • The camera should be held horizontally

Twitter Storm

On Wednesday 18 May 2022 at 15:00 CEST, we will hold a Twitter Storm to raise our joint voice at a single moment to call for action for evidence-based action, in particular 30 km/h limits.

It’s easy to take part, simply post your photo, video, or a banner at the time of the Twitter Storm with the hashtags #CommitToAct and #StreetsForLife.

Suggested posts:

“#CommitToAct: Start with 30 km/h where people move, live, and play. #StreetsForLife”

“#CommitToAct: Implement proven actions for #roadsafety to save lives: start with 30 km/h #StreetsForLife”

“#CommitToAct: Invest in proven actions: start with 30 km/h. #StreetsForLife”

“#CommitToAct : Involve NGOs. #StreetsForLife”

“#CommitToAct: Safe mobility is our right. #StreetsForLife”

Upload your photos and videos

We would love to share your photos and videos. Please upload them HERE.