Visual Identity 

Mwatana for Human Rights pays special attention to the visual aspects of its work. A detailed guide was produced by specialists in design and graphic issues. This guide has detailed information about everything related to our work, from the website to many other themes and Panton on social media, which shows the quality of our work.

The Organization's Logo

The two circles in the logo symbolize two worlds: one in which there is a reasonable degree of rights and justice, and the other in which these rights are flagrantly violated and grossly abused. Mwatana aims to bridge the gap between these two worlds and work towards a future where everyone has equal rights and freedoms.

The sign of movement in the second circle stands for two interpretive concepts. The first emphasizes the importance of social diversity, coexistence, and gender balance. The second represents the graphic embodiment of a heartbeat, symbolizing the importance of a conscious and lively conscience that the organization represents in its work and vision to deal with reality.

Geometric Design of the Logo

The logo is a graphic consisting of a text tag and a pictorial sign (symbol).

The logo should be used in its entirety, and the symbol should not be used without the other parts of the logo except when it's placed on a website or social media platform where there are other identifying elements of the organization. 

The logo can also be combined with a verbal slogan or with the organization's vision, separated by a vertical or horizontal line, as needed.


Whatever we have achieved and continue to achieve in Mwatana for Human Rights through the efforts of our entire team and the support of all our allies and partners, institutions, and individuals within Yemen and around the world, we are aware that it is only a fraction of what Yemeni victims deserve, and what we must contribute to achieving in line with our vision, mission, goals, and strategic plan. In light of this, we shall continue our fight with the help of all male and female human rights activists.

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