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A common logo for the EPP political family

The European People's Party is a political family with a rich and powerful past and present. Brought closer together by its people, its common history and its shared challenges, the EPP is made up of different organisations that reflect its diverse nature. These organisations have, over the past decades, communicated using different logos, fonts and visual symbols.

Today, the different parts within the EPP ecosystem are collaborating on many fronts and wish to showcase this unification visually through the adoption of a common logo by its two main bodies: the Party and the Group.

This is key to promoting the unity and coherence of the EPP as an overall alliance and will enable the public to recognise the EPP as a family with common goals and ideas. This is an important step towards making the EPP a powerful and understandable brand.

Our new logo was adopted at a joint meeting of the Presidencies of the Party and the Group on 24 June 2015 and launched at the Madrid Congress of the European People’s Party on 22 October of the same year.

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The EPP Group logo cannot be used without express authorisation from the EPP Group.

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