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Boundless creativity!

Boundless creativity!

15.03.2010

We expected a total of about 400 entries and we have received an overwhelming 1416 ideas for a new symbol for Europe!. The ideas are coming from 63 countries of which 33 countries outside of Europe. We had to change the voting procedure because of this volume of ideas. The international jury will now vote in 2 sessions. In the first session every member of the jury will receive a thirteenth of the submitted symbols. Online they will select 12 symbols. In the second session every jury member will select from 168 symbols (14 members selected each 12 symbols). In case the voting results from the second session end up in more than 12 symbols, Gert Dumbar, the chairman of the jury, will make the final selection. The first voting round will start this week.
The final 12 symbols will be printed on 12 flags and shown from May 31 till June 6 in The Hague during The Hague Design and Government. Check our website regularly or subscribe to our newsletter to receive the latest information. Read more