Communication Guidelines

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This section contains the text needed to describe the organisation and should be used in all communication both internally and externally.

The main aim of guidelines on visual identity is to ensure visibility of the organisation and coherence of its institutional identity in communication activities.

This section describes how the Foundation should be communicated in granted projects, national networks activities and ALF partnerships to ensure consistency.

The Downloads section is where you can find all the relevant materials to help us ensure that you are producing content that adheres to these guidelines.

Anna Lindh Foundation Communication Guidelines

The Board of Governors of the Anna Lindh Foundation (ALF), comprised of the Senior Officials and Ambassadors of the Union for the Mediterranean (UfM), has approved the ALF Communication Policy as a central strategic objective, with the aim of: ‘increasing the reach and impact of the ALF’s activities, and contributing to the overall visibility of Euro-Mediterranean cooperation’ (ALF Triennial Programme 2012-14).

The ALF policy approach to communication centres on: (a) ensuring communication is at the start of the programming process and the heart of the institution’s overall programme; (b) putting in place a ‘Digital-First’ strategy whereby the ALF website portal and social media outreach are reinforced as the primary tools for external communication.