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    IFLAC is a voluntary Association that strives for peace by building bridges of understanding and peace through culture, literature and communication. IFLAC is founded and directed by Egyptian-born Israeli writer Ada Aharoni (Ph.D), since 1999.


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    The IFLAC Dove changes its feathers

    Text: Solveig Hansen

    After a decade of service, our blue dove logo was worn out. Thanks to Brazilian graphic designer Mota Júnior, it has been revamped with new colors and a contemporary feel. Mota Júnior works with Delasnieve Daspet, IFLAC Director in Brazil. Thank you, both, for this wonderful gift!

    IFLAC Logo

    The original dove was created by Norwegian graphic designer Lene Jacobsen. As many of the IFLAC members are poets and writers for peace, the dove has a quill pen in its beak rather than the traditional olive branch.

    Feel free to add an IFLAC logo to your site. We have a selection of different sizes for you to choose from. Please link back to our website: iflac.wordpress.com
     


    3 Comments on “The IFLAC Dove changes its feathers”

    1. adaaharoni06 says:

      Thanks to Delasnieve Daspet the IFLAC PEACE AMBASSADOR IN BRAZIL and the
      gifted graphic designer Mr. Mota Junior in her team for giving such beautiful new feathers to our IFLAC Logo.
      Dr. Ada Aharoni
      IFLAC FOUNDING PRESIDENT

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    2. Celine Leduc says:

      beautiful logo congratulation I will add it to my blog

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    3. Mota Junior says:

      Dear IFLAC Founding President Prof. Ada Aharoni and IFLAC Peace Ambassadors.
      It was a joy for me to work on the logo of the IFLAC. I’m grateful for accepting my suggestion and I want to help whenever I can. Peace to all.

      Mota Junior
      Brasil

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