Commission Regulation (EC) No 1159/2000 of 30
on information and publicity measures to be carried
out by the Member States concerning assistance from the Structural
This is the Official Regulation which sets out the requirements for
communication. Please read this document carefully before setting up your
Please pay specific attention to the obligation to
mention the use of ERDF on all official documents (for which the joint signature
Available for download in all official Programme languages
: English, French, Dutch, and German
The joint NWE-EU signature
The joint signature is an obligatory component of any project publication :
not only is it a legal requirement, but it is also a seal of approval from
the European Union !
You will find hereunder the three possible
uses of the NWE-EU joint signature. The aim is for you to be able to download
the one that best suits your publication according to the available space, so
that the joint signature is as legible as possible.
for most publications
Vertical Use: for publications where available layout
space is narrow and vertical
Specific Use : for publications where available
space is narrow and horizontal
All uses are available
for download in colour and in black and white, in JPG and EPS formats.
you require higher resolution or different language versions, please contact email@example.com
FOR THE EPS FILES - they are zipped :
Please SAVE them to your computer before trying to open them.
Should you wish to include a box article or a feature
about INTERREG IIIB NWE-ENO in your publications, or wish to explain to your
press contacts about our programme, you can download a short summary of "what is interreg" in all
four programme languages, out of which you can copy and
paste into your own
Guide to communicating on Structural Funds
Here you will find the guidelines of the Commission's
Regional Policy regarding communication on structural funds. The overall aim is
for the funding procedures to be transparent so that European citizens know how
thier money is being used - and that their money is being well spent!
It is available on
the Regional Policy website in English, French and German.