The new logo Interreg Spain-Portugal (POCTEP) 2021-2027 must be used by the project partners in actions carried out within the framework of the approved projects. When used in actions in the application phase, “submitted application” must be clearly specified next to the logo. Versions of the Program logo are available for download below:
Bilingual version (recommended)
Projects may include the project acronym only to the right or below the Interreg Spain-Portugal (POCTEP) 2021-2027 logo. This acronym must use the font Montserrat Bold in the color of the political objective.
Measurements and other details about its creation and use are specified in the Interreg Visual Identity Manual – Interreg Brandbook, available on the POCTEP 2021-2027 website.
Cartel temporal y placa permanente
Partners must display durable plaques or billboards clearly visible to the public, presenting the emblem of the Union in accordance with the technical characteristics laid down in Annex IX of Regulation (EU) 2021/1060, as soon as the physical
implementation of an Interreg operation involving physical investment or the purchase of equipment starts or purchased equipment is installed, with regard to operations supported by an Interreg fund, the total cost of which exceeds EUR 100 000;
A3 Poster / Electronic Display
Interreg operations that are not included in the above, will publicly display (at the location of the intervention) at least one poster of minimum A3 size or an equivalent electronic screen with information on the Interreg operation highlighting the support of an Interreg fund, except when the beneficiary is a natural person; The format will be free, but must include information about the operation such as: operation name, action, entity, ERDF cost.
In 2019, the EFE and LUSA news agencies begin a pioneering information cooperation to show the results of the European cohesion policy and its impact on the lives of the citizens of Spain and Portugal. With the emblem of “Iberian Stories of European Cohesion”, they pay special attention to initiatives to promote the development of border areas and most of the projects are part of the Interreg VA Spain-Portugal (POCTEP)
As of October 2020, the project continues, this time including the border with France and under the name “Crossborder stories”. In total, to date, more than 150 stories, some of them with video and podcast, have shown the reality of the Interreg Spain-Portugal POCTEP projects.