Movement adopts new logo

For the first time in its 150-year-plus history, the Movement has approved a Movement-wide logo representing all its components — the ICRC, National Societies and the IFRC. The new logo — a cross and a crescent partially encircled by the words ‘International Movement’ — does not replace existing logos of Movement components. Rather, it is to be used exceptionally, for representation, communication, global fund-raising and promotional activities and to represent Movement components collectively on matters of global concern or interest.

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Send your comments about the new logo to rcrc@ifrc.org. We will forward them to the IFRC and ICRC communications teams involved in decisions about the new logo.

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