The OPCW Logo

The Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) permits its Member States and the media to use its logos as specified in these guidelines. Using the OPCW logo requires adherence to these guidelines. Use of the OPCW logo or other brand features in a manner not within these guidelines, requires permission from OPCW Public Affairs.

Logos for use by OPCW Member States

OPCW Member States may use the OPCW logo to indicate membership in the OPCW and commitment to the Chemical Weapons Convention (CWC). 

The OPCW logo may not be altered or combined with other marks. The OPCW logo may not be displayed in any manner that might be reasonably interpreted to suggest that content has been authorised by, endorsed by, or represents the views of the OPCW. 

Logos for use by the media

The OPCW logo may be reproduced for use in reporting on the work of the OPCW. 

The OPCW logo may not be altered or combined with other marks. The OPCW logo may not be displayed in any manner that might be reasonably interpreted to suggest that content has been authorised by, endorsed by, or represents the views of the OPCW. 

Logos for use in textbooks or printed material  

The OPCW logo may be reproduced for use in materials documenting the work of the OPCW. 

The OPCW does not allow the use of its logo or name in the title, or otherwise, on the cover of books or other publications without prior written permission of the OPCW.  If you are interested in using the OPCW name or logo in a publication, please submit your request to OPCW Public Affairs.

The OPCW logo may not be altered or combined with other marks. The OPCW logo may not be displayed in any manner that might be reasonably interpreted to suggest that content has been authorised by, endorsed by, or represents the views of the OPCW.