Graffiti Action Day
Watch this space for information on Graffiti Action Day 2013
See the full list of participants here
Graffiti Action Day was launched in 2010 in response to growing dissent about graffiti vandalism. The day aimed to unite and engage communities in combating the problem, which has a significant social and financial impact on communities.
Graffiti Action Day 2011 concentrated efforts and resources in the top 40 Local Government Areas (LGAs) with the highest incidence of reported graffiti vandalism. LGAs outside the Top 40 are still a vital part of the campaign and Keep Australia Beautiful NSW welcomes your involvement.
Graffiti Action Day aims to:
- Engage the community in the removal of graffiti
- Raise awareness of good graffiti removal methods
- Support non-government and community run facilities in repairing damage caused by graffiti
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