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Following the General Conference Approval during its 35th session (35C/ Resolution 46) of the programme “Rabindrânâth Tagore, Pablo Neruda and Aimé Césaire for a reconciled universal”, which objectives are to mobilize the intellectual and moral solidarity of humanity based on the works of Tagore, Neruda and Césaire and to bring alltogether countries and generations, creative workers and intellectuals, around values of diversity, tolerance, intercultural dialogue and peace; the “Rabindrânâth Tagore, Pablo Neruda and Aimé Césaire for a reconciled universal” Logo is primarily intended to promote awareness and activities pertaining to the programme and to identify a renewed reflection and action.

The use of the “Rabindrânâth Tagore, Pablo Neruda and Aimé Césaire for a reconciled universal” Logo (hereinafter “the Logo”) is subject to the following Terms: 

I. Design

The “Rabindrânâth Tagore, Pablo Neruda and Aimé Césaire for a reconciled universal” Logo depicts:

  • a set of single stars representing a constellation, which symbolizes Universalists from the Past, the Present and the Future.
  • the title of the programme in three official United Nations languages (French, English and Spanish), under the short mention “Tagore, Neruda, Césaire, the reconciled universal”,
  • the UNESCO Logo* to designate UNESCO as the leading agency.

 

NB : * The use of the name, acronym, Logo of UNESCO, the privacy policy and permissions regarding translation and reproduction rights shall be subject to General Terms of Use, available on UNESCO Website (www.unesco.org).

II. Uses of the Logo

The Logo is primarily intended for three kinds of promotional use: information, fundraising and partners mobilization, as outlined below:

a) Information uses of the Logo

The Logo is intended to be used on:

  • any internal or external communication support (publications, posters, flyers and any type of similar support)
  • the Web portal hosted by www.unesco.org
  • Social Media web pages (Facebook, Twitter, etc) and blogs
  • any digital support
  • any kind of Media involved in the programme.

The “Rabindrânâth Tagore, Pablo Neruda and Aimé Césaire for a reconciled universal” Logo may not be used in providing a hyperlink unless specifically authorized by mutual agreement.

Any links to external websites from UNESCO should not be construed as an endorsement by UNESCO of the content or views linked ressources.

Information uses of the Logo are:

  • Primarily illustrative
  • Not intended to raise funds; and
  • Not carried out by a commercial entity

All entities interested in using the “Rabindrânâth Tagore, Pablo Neruda and Aimé Césaire for a reconciled universal” Logo for information purposes should apply for approval to the UNESCO Culture Sector.  Permission to use the Logo for international informational purposes is given by the UNESCO Culture Sector.

When requesting approval, the entities should fill out the attached Request FormWaiver of Liability dedicated website.

b) Fund-raising uses of the Logo

Fund-raising uses of the Logo are those intended to raise resources to cover costs of activities for the “Rabindrânâth Tagore, Pablo Neruda and Aimé Césaire for a reconciled universal” programme. Fund-raising uses of the Logo may be undertaken only by non-commercial entities.

All entities interested in using the “Rabindrânâth Tagore, Pablo Neruda and Aimé Césaire for a reconciled universal” Logo for fund-raising purposes should apply for approval to the UNESCO Culture Sector When requesting permission to use the Logo for fund-raising purposes, the entities should provide:

  •  A short statement of identity (membership, objectives, etc.);
  • An explanation of how and where the Logo will be used;
  • An explanation of how the fund-raising will take place;
  • A summary budget; and
  • An explanation of how the proceeds would be allocated to cover costs of activities for the “Rabindrânâth Tagore, Pablo Neruda and Aimé Césaire for a reconciled universal” programme.

When requesting approval, the entities should fill out the attached and sign a in accordance with section III below. These compulsory documents are available on our website.

III. Liability

All entities authorized to use the “Rabindrânâth Tagore, Pablo Neruda and Aimé Césaire for a reconciled universal” Logo for the purposes specified herein must agree to the following provisions on waiver of liability:

  • The entity is responsible for ensuring that the activities are carried out in accordance with the applicable law and for ensuring that the appropriate insurance is maintained to cover the risks arising out of such activities
  • UNESCO does not assume any responsibility for the activities of the undersigned; and - The entity shall hold harmless and defend UNESCO and its officials against any action that may be brought against UNESCO or its officials as a result of the use of the Logo.

 

When the Logo is used for information (cf. section II a) and fund-raising purposes (cf. section II b), the Request Form and the must be filled out and signed by the entity.  All duly signed waiver-of-liability forms, request forms and contracts must be received by the Secretariat of the UNESCO Culture Sector before the proposed activities are carried out.

 

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