Linking and referring to PARIS21

PARIS21 encourages you to use its logo when linking or referring to PARIS21. You can download the Visual Identity Guide and Logos below.

All reproductions of the PARIS21 logo must respect the current rules for use and PARIS21’s corporate identity. Only the most recent version of the PARIS21 logo should be used.

For further questions, please send your request to paris21@oecd.org.


 

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