Around half of the competitors at the Invictus Games do not have a visible wound. One of these invisible wounds can be post-traumatic stress disorder – PTSD. Together with competitors from Team Germany and experts from the German Armed Forces, the Invictus Games Düsseldorf 2023 are now launching a nationwide campaign on this issue.
From Tuesday 09 May 2023, the Invictus Games Düsseldorf will be raising awareness of PTSD with a nationwide campaign. Discover our campaign on billboards, posters and on social media and check out our series INVISIBLE INJURIES on YouTube.
Get to know people who have chosen to compete in sport despite their inner struggles! Together with Team Germany and experts from the German Federal Armed Forces, we have collected the moving stories of competitors at the Invictus Games Düsseldorf 2023 who have no visible injuries. They suffer from PTSD. Find out why sports rehabilitation and the support of their families and friends are so important and get deep insights into life with PTSD that you won’t get anywhere else.
Click here for the competitors stories!
Show me the campaign!
Be part of our campaign and get the campaign themes for your mobile and social media now! From wallpapers and Instagram stories to your campaign tile for Twitter, it’s all here. Help the competitors of the Invictus Games Düsseldorf 2023 and share the campaign with your friends and family! You can find more information on social media and under the hashtag #aHomeForRespect.
Check out our campaign themes and billboards that will be visible throughout Germany from 9-22 May 2023!