Usage Guidelines

Unless specifically noted, all audiovisual and multimedia material from the public CTAO website, along with the texts of press releases, announcements, images and videos (including Flickr) and captions, are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 2.0 Generic (CC BY-NC-ND 2.0) Licence, and may on a non-exclusive basis be reproduced provided the credit is clear and visible. Additional guidance:

The CTAO Logo

The CTAO’s logo is protected and may not be used or reproduced without consent from the CTAO Communications Office. External websites wishing to link to the CTAO website may use CTAO’s logo for the link, provided they have obtained prior authorisation and that it is clearly identifiable as a web link. For inquiries or questions, or to request the use of the CTAO logo, contact the CTAO Communications Office.

The CTAO Brand Book

The CTAO’s brand book is a manual that provides the basic guidelines for the proper use and applications of the CTAO visual identity in all its possible expressions. It has been designed from all those responsible for interpreting, articulating, communicating and implementing the CTAO’s brand in different areas. The current version includes the CTAO’s new brand and all its elements (logo, font, colours, assets, etc.), launched on April 2024. Previous brand and logo are, therefore, discontinued. Coherent and consistent use of the CTAO’s brand guidelines is mandatory when applying any of the elements within the CTAO visual identity.

Remember that the CTAO’s logo, and its brand architecture, is protected and formal authorisation from the CTAO Outreach, Education and Communication Office to reproduce it is needed (see above). For inquiries or questions, contact the CTAO Communications Office.