EMCDDA corporate identity and logo toolkit

The use of the EMCDDA logo by external parties is allowed under specific terms and conditions. The agency normally allows for use of its logo on products or services prepared jointly with other bodies, or in connection with events where it is a contributor or co-organiser.

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Download the logo

The EMCDDA logo is available in three variations:

  • Full marque — This combines the symbol and the agency’s full official name and exists in over 25 languages. It is used on publications, stationery and other official documentation.
    logo of the European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drug Addiction
  • Symbol — This is a purely visual identifier and is used on elements where text is inappropriate (e.g. flag) or where space is limited (e.g. pens).
    The symbol logo of the European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drug Addiction (EMCDDA). Symbol shows an arch, one side of which is dark and one side is light.12 starts surround the arch.
  • Multilingual marque — This is designed for use on items carrying more than one language or on products designed for multilingual purposes (e.g. press packs). The multilingual marque may also be used on products where a more condensed identifier is required (e.g. brochures). This version of the logo combines the symbol with the agency’s acronym in lower case.
    Symbol shows the main logo of the EMCDDA (an arch surrounded by 12 stars) with the letters emcdda beneath the symbol

Guidelines for using the logo

The EMCDDA’s corporate identity manual presents the main features of its visual branding.

  • Chapter 1 provides detailed guidelines on the correct use of the logo.
  • The logo should not be amended or altered in any way.
  • The logo elements, colours, proportions and typeface must not change.
  • External parties can download, copy and store the EMCDDA logo in all of its formats and versions.

More information

Queries on use of the EMCDDA logo can be sent by e-mail: press@emcdda.europa.eu