The final version of the IYV+10 logo was created after many rounds of consultation within UNV and with stakeholders. This dark orange logo looks quite like the one used in 2001, but with a change in the shape of the letters inside the UN wreath.
For those who are unable to print in colour, a black and white version is also available in the six official UN languages.
A conscious effort was made to connect this logo to the original one used in 2001 in order to support the premise that IYV+10 will build upon the efforts of 2001, and to stress that this initiative builds on the past. In keeping with the spirit of IYV+10, the logo was developed on a voluntary basis.
More information on fonts and colours: Visual identity guide [pdf]