Ownership of the logo remains with the Royal Academy of Science
International Trust (RASIT). It can be used without permission in its
entirety and without amendment to promote the International Day of
Women and Girls in Science and other related outreach work as needed.
Further queries regarding its placement or specific requests that do not
fall within the remit of these guidelines may be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Logo in Other Languages
Women have literally played a role with men through 4,000 years of
recorded history in terms of science. There have been many women
scientists in all fields, and many have worked during humanitarian
emergencies, very often relegated to footnotes in history.
The Logo shows that great women in science who initially paved the way
for those who come later in every walk of life will encourage girls to see
women role models in order to find the inspiration to enter into science.
The Logo color shows equality, equity and parity of science, and that
science belongs to all citizens, male or female, rich or poor, young or old.
Do not color, re-proportion or change the logotype in any way. The
International Day of Women and Girls in Science logo must not be
reduced in size to less than 50 mm (width) as the text legibility will
Positioning Other Logos
When positioning the International Day of Women and Girls in Science
logo alongside other organizational logos, the International Day of
Women and Girls in Science logo should be placed on the left so as to
produce an equally balanced group of logos. There must however be no
less than 15 mm between the International Day of Women and Girls in
Science logo and any other logo.
The Logo of the International Day of Women
and Girls in Science was designed by the Iraqi
student Bilal Wazir.
|“Gender, Science and Sustainable Development:
The Impact of Media”
|International Day of
Women and Girls in Science
|10 February 2017
United Nations Headquarters
Conference Room 3