The EU emblem is the single most important visual brand used to acknowledge the origin and ensure the visibility of EU funding.
All beneficiaries, managing authorities and implementing partners of EU funding must use the EU emblem in their communication to acknowledge the support received under EU programmes. An important obligation in this context is the correct and prominent display of the EU emblem, in combination with a simple funding statement, mentioning the EU support.
The ready-to-use EU emblem including the funding statement can be downloaded in all EU languages, Arabic, Islandic, Norwegian, Turkish and Russian. For information about the correct use and placement of EU emblem and the funding statement can be found in the Operational guidelines for recipients of EU funding document.
All files have been created in CMYK (print) colour mode. The automatic conversion into RGB colour (screen/web) can lead to a variance in colour display. Some logos might display differently due to the users’ screen calibration or the software used.
Editable files can be checked against the colour codes provided in the guidelines. Please note that the reproduction in RGB or CYMK will lead to a different result in colour display when viewed on screen.
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