The Council of Europe’s logo and visual identity 

The logo

The logo is designed to uniquely identify the Council of Europe. The shape, font and colour of the logo must not be altered. The logo is bilingual, English and French, the two Council of Europe official languages.  It cannot be translated into other languages.

It is not recommended to use one or several elements of the logo to create new logos or designs.

Download the logo and logo associations

Various versions of the logo of the Organisation are available for downloads

Are also available for downloads:
- The Council of Europe logo associations
- The Council of Europe - European Union joint programmes' logos

Council of Europe visual identity

The visual identity manual of the Organisation, which includes the usage of the official logo, is downloadable here.

Logo reproduction

Use of the Council of Europe logo is subject to authorization. Authorization will not be granted if such use is contrary to the Council of Europe's values and principles, if the logo is to be used for commercial purposes or if it is to be used in conjunction with the logo, name or trade mark of a firm. Each case will be considered individually in order to ascertain whether the aforementioned conditions are met. Authorization does not confer any entitlement to exclusivity.

Requests should be sent using following form:

Use of the logo - Authorisation request
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According to the European Centre for Modern Languages, a Council of Europe body based in Graz (Austria), how many indigenous languages are there estimated to be in Europe?
  1. Under 100
  2. Between 100 and 200
  3. Over 200
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