Guidelines for the Use of the Logo of the United Nations Association in Canada UNA’s around the world are granted special permission to use the UN logo as part of their own logos, but there are certain conditions which apply. The following guidelines are intended to clarify those conditions and, at the same time, harmonize the use of our logo so that our Association is more easily recognizable to the public. Guidelines: 1. Our official logo is the UN logo with the word “CANADA” placed at the top. No other form of the UN logo can be used, including the official UN logo. 2. When used by the National Office, “United Nations Association in Canada” and/or “Association canadienne pour les Nations Unies” should appear directly under or directly beside the logo. 3. When used by a Branch, “United Nations Association in Canada ** Branch” and/or “Association canadienne pour les Nations Unies Section **” should appear directly under or directly beside the logo, where ** represents the name of the city or region of the chapter. 4. The logo must be either blue (preferred – our official brand is a blue logo) or black (acceptable, especially for cost-saving purposes), unless it is on a dark background in which case it can be white. The official UN blue colour is PMS 279C. However, as the UN’s colour is a fairly pale blue, UNA-Canada’s printed materials usually use PMS 300 which is the same tone but is slightly darker in intensity. 5. The typeface used for the organization’s name is Times New Roman. 6. The UN logo is protected under both Canadian and international law, and our logo is protected under Canadian law – therefore, no non-UN entity is permitted to use the UN logo or any variation of it and no non-UNA entity is entitled to use the UNA logo or any variation of it. Any improper usage of either logo should be reported to the National Office.
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