The Human Rights Commission (HRC) introduces today a new brand identity to better align itself with the universal logo for human rights. The new logo features a stylized bird in flight, with an outstretched wing which symbolizes a hand, all underpinned by a bold equals sign representing equality for all. The vibrant green is symbolic of land and the blue representational of the sea to illustrate the Cayman Islands.
The universal logo for human rights was selected following an international initiative “A Logo for Human Rights” which started in 2011, the initiative had the goal of creating an internationally recognised symbol to support the global human rights movement and draw attention to human rights violations. The competition received over 15,000 submissions from over 190 countries with the final logo unveiled on 23 September 2011 designed by Predrag Stakic of Serbia which combines the shape of a hand with that of a bird.
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Photo1: Human Rights Commission Chairman, Dale Crowley presents His Excellency, Martyn Roper OBE, with a HRC polo shirt with the new logo on Thursday, 10 December 2020.
Photo2: HRC Chairman, Dale Crowley and His Excellency, Martyn Roper OBE display the new HRC logo on Thursday, 10 December 2020.
Photo3: Human Rights Commission Members unveil the new HRC logo, on 10 December 2020. Members (L-R) Deborah Barker Roye, Dorothy Scott, Dale Crowley, Joni Kirkconnell and Nick Quin.