If you would like a poster to print for a protest or rally you will find some options below. (NB: The protests and rallies planned for Saturday 25 January 2020 may be found at the following link: https://www.5g.org.nz/global-protests/ )
Please note that you can also find other posters and flyers (including a few in languages other than English) at the following link: https://www.5g.org.nz/resources/
New poster options!
For those of you who have not yet made a poster for Saturday the 25th of January for the Global Protest against 5G (or you want a poster for another event), and you are wondering what to do, here are some ideas.
Download the files onto a USB chip, take them to your printers, such as a Warehouse Stationery shop and get them printed in A1 poster size or larger, (A0). A1-size colour posters are $7.50 at the Warehouse Stationery shops. This is 594mm x 841mm and the images should look sharp and clear. (The file will also look good if printed in a smaller format.)
This is an affordable way to get an eye-catching poster done quickly and cheaply, which you can then put on a backing board of your choice. (Lamination is another $10 or so dollars for A1 posters at Warehouse Stationery shops).
Not Safe for Birds and Bees poster
5G Health Warning poster
5G Flying Blind poster
5G Demand Safe Technology poster
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