Communication materials produced before and during the event, should be aware of its impact on the environment. We want to promote sustainable design, conscious of the nature and amount of the materials used, taking into account their life cycle. Please reduce waste generation, unused products, products made from non-recyclable materials or single-use plastic: these greatly contribute to climate change. Try to find alternatives to the most pollutant materials. Recycled paper, plastic or fabrics can be an alternative to plastic.


Please be aware of the correct use of logos. This is a general guide, for specific materials and exceptions please contact the WUF secretariat.

Official event partners or sponsors are offered the rights to show their brandmark alongside the NUF brand. There are 4 different branding situation where different co-branding rules will apply.

  1. Branding Within the Venue
  2. Branding Outside the Venue
  3. Branding City
  4. Branding Promotional Items
  5. Digital Branding

Logo version will be chosen depending on the language, size and orientation of the communications created. All NUF brandmark versions will be provided by UN-Habitat.

Examples on this page showcase the recommended placement for branding NUF alongside other logos. The NUF logo is an example and does not represent any particular NUF session.


Logos on Primary Branding

NUF LOGO + UN-Habitat Logo

When presenting the WUF brand within the event venue, it must appear alongside the UN-Habitat logo.

Venue items

  • Banners
  • Signage
  • Backdrops (analog and digital)
  • Stage design
  • Badges
  • Volunteers


Logos on Primary Branding

NUF LOGO + UN-Habitat Logo + Host Country

When presenting the WUF brand outside the event venue, it must appear alongside the UN-Habitat logo + the Host Country. Other partners logos may be present on the branding after UN-Habitat’s approval.

City items

  • Banners
  • Posters
  • Bus/subway stations
  • Buses/taxis