COVID-19 social media toolkit

We are the state government body that administers the Anti-Discrimination Act 1977. During the current COVID-19 pandemic, our enquiry and complaint handling services are more important than ever. 

This toolkit provides you with social media posts and social media tiles that you can share on your organisation’s social media pages to ensure the people of NSW understand their rights and how to make a complaint if they experience discrimination.

Support Anti-Discrimination NSW

You can help us in the mission to eliminate discrimination in NSW with the following actions.

Follow and share the Anti-Discrimination NSW social media accounts, newsletter and website:

Post about Anti-Discrimination NSW on your organisation’s social media account using the following sample posts and social media tiles. Remember to tag us on Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn. 

Providing a written description of the image that is part of your social media post is important for people who are blind or have vision impairment. You can see examples of how to do this on our Facebook posts.

Race discrimination posts

Post for Facebook, LinkedIn or Instagram:

If you've experienced racism as a result of coronavirus (#COVID19), or if you have a question about discrimination and your rights, contact Anti-Discrimination NSW. Their enquiries team is ready to answer your questions or they can help you make a complaint. If they can’t help, they will try to help you find a service that can.

More information about your rights is available on Anti-Discrimination NSW’s website.

Post for Twitter:

If you've experienced racism as a result of #coronavirus (#COVID19), or if you have a question about #discrimination and your rights, contact @ad_nsw. They're ready to answer your questions or they can help you make a complaint. More info.

Social media tiles:


Race Discrimination blue tile
Race Discrimination red tile

Disability discrimination posts

Post for Facebook, LinkedIn or Instagram:

If you've experienced discrimination based on your disability as a result of coronavirus (#COVID19) measures, or if you have a question about discrimination and your rights, contact Anti-Discrimination NSW.

Their enquiries team is ready to answer your questions or they can help you make a complaint. If they can't help, they will try to help you find a service that can.

More information about your rights is available on Anti-Discrimination NSW's website.

Post for Twitter:

If you’ve experienced #discrimination based on your disability as a result of coronavirus (#COVID19) measures, or if you have a question about #discrimination contact @ad_nsw. They're ready to answer your questions. 

More info.

Social media tiles:

Disability Discrimination Multi-coloured tile
Disability Discrimination yellow tile

Carers responsibilities posts

Post for Facebook, LinkedIn or Instagram:

As coronavirus (#COVID19) unfolds, many people may be juggling carers responsibilities with changes to their work arrangements. If you think you’ve experienced #discrimination as a result of COVID-19 changes to your work and responsibilities as a carer, contact Anti-Discrimination NSW. 


Their enquiries team is ready to answer your questions or they can help you make a complaint. If they can’t help, they will try to help you find a service that can.

More information about your rights is available on Anti-Discrimination NSW’s website.

https://www.antidiscrimination.justice.nsw.gov.au/Pages/adb1_antidiscriminationlaw/adb1_types/adb1_carers_responsibilities.aspx


Post for Twitter:

If you’ve experienced #discrimination as a result of coronavirus (#COVID19) changes to your work and responsibilities as a carer, or if you have a question about discrimination contact @ad_nsw. They're ready to answer your questions. 

More info.

Social media tiles:

Carers responsibilities blue tile
Carers responsibilities multi-coloured tile

Promoting Anti-Discrimination NSW services

Post for Facebook, LinkedIn or Instagram:

While #COVID19 has affected many face to face services, Anti-Discrimination NSW is still answering questions and taking complaints about discrimination matters over the phone and by email. 

You can contact their enquiries team on 02 9268 5544 or 1800 670 812 (free call) Monday to Friday between 9am-4pm. Or send them an email at adbcontact@justice.nsw.gov.au

If they can't help, they will try to help you find a service that can. 

More information about your rights is available on Anti-Discrimination NSW's website

Post for Twitter:

@ad_nsw is answering questions about discrimination over the phone or by email. Call 02 9268 5544 or 1800 670 812 (free call) Monday to Friday between 9am-4pm. Or email adbcontact@justice.nsw.gov.au

More info about your rights.

Social media tiles:

Anti-Discrimination NSW blue tile
Anti-Discrimination NSW red tile
Last updated:

17 Aug 2021

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