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A New Logo for the Associated Schools

The old ASPnet logo, designed in 1983 by a Bolivian ASPnet student, served the network well for over 20 years. It combined a number of symbols including the globe, a dove, a book, a boy, a girl and the sun.
The new logo consolidates and simplifies the most important symbols: an open book (symbolizing education), which also evokes the wings of a dove (symbolizing peace) and the globe (symbolizing intercultural dialogue). It is henceforth always “twinned” with the UNESCO logo.

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Title A New Logo for the Associated Schools
Heading The ASPnet logo has been redesigned. Why? It was felt that a new logo would give a dynamic image of the 50-year-old network, in keeping with its new orientations.
Lead The old ASPnet logo, designed in 1983 by a Bolivian ASPnet student, served the network well for over 20 years. It combined a number of symbols including the globe, a dove, a book, a boy, a girl and the sun.
The new logo consolidates and simplifies the most important symbols: an open book (symbolizing education), which also evokes the wings of a dove (symbolizing peace) and the globe (symbolizing intercultural dialogue). It is henceforth always “twinned” with the UNESCO logo.

Ready-to-use ASPnet logos:

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Image 1 asp-logo.jpg
URL for Link 1 http://www.unesco.org/education/asp/logo/ENG.jpg
Text for Link 1 English
URL for Link 2 http://www.unesco.org/education/asp/logo/FRE.jpg
Text for Link 2 French
URL for Link 3 http://www.unesco.org/education/asp/logo/SPA.jpg
Text for Link 3 Spanish
URL for Link 4 http://www.unesco.org/education/asp/logo/EngFreSpa.jpg
Text for Link 4 3-language version (English, French and Spanish)
URL for Link 5 http://portal.unesco.org/en/ev.php-URL_ID=28057&URL;_DO=DO_TOPIC&URL;_SECTION=201.html
Text for link 5
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