Logo Design Competition for IUCN (environmental org)


LOGO DESIGN COMPETITION

Entries Open 20th Jan 2014

Close 16th March 2014

You must be 35 and under to enter

The Young Professionals (YP) Group of the IUCN World Commission on Protected Areas (WCPA) is inviting young creative artists from all over the world to help design its logo!

We are looking for a bold, creative design that will be inspired by the theme “Young Peoples for Parks, People and Planet” and will be used internationally on our letterheads, reports, events and website giving your work unlimited visibility!

The Young Professionals Group of The IUCN WCPA is a voluntary group and a collective forum of like-minded young peoples associated with protected areas and conservation. Our Mission is to foster intergenerational partnerships between established and emerging young Protected Area leaders and professionals to contribute in meaningful ways to the work of WCPA and broader IUCN in valuing and conserving biodiversity, governing nature’s use and sharing its benefits equitably, and deploying nature-based solutions to global challenges.

Help us to represent our values in our logo! 

The logo will be officially launched at The IUCN World Parks Congress 2014 in Sydney in front of around 3,000 people from over 160 countries. We are also considering a nominal monetary incentive for the most creative and inspiring design.

Send your original design, details (name, birthdate, short bio), description of the logo and what inspired you to create it to mariasole.bianco@worldrise.org

We look forward to receiving your contributions!

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