IBRO Communications Toolkit

Dear partner,

In order to give visibility to the partnership established between our organizations, the IBRO Communications and Partnerships Teams have prepared a communication toolkit for partnerships, with detailed information about our organization, and the guidelines for use of the IBRO logo, website, and social media handles. We strongly encourage you to refer to this information when preparing promotional materials related to our partnership.

If you have any questions, do not hesitate to contact IBRO at communications@ibro.org.

Visibility of IBRO in promotion of IBRO-supported activities

IBRO’s role as a funder or supporter of activities defined in an MoU should be highlighted in all public communication regarding those activities (both in terms of funding support and, as relevant, scientific support) using the following examples as a basis: 

  • For website posts: The [event/program] is organized with the support of the International Brain Research Organization (IBRO).
  • For social media posts: The [event/program] is organized with the support of [IBRO handle].
  • For images – It is recommended to check IBRO’s brand guidelines for the correct use of IBRO’s logo and add on top of the logo: Supported by.
IBRO logo 

We encourage that you add IBRO’s logo to your website, as well as to any graphic material prepared for the promotion of an IBRO-supported initiative:

IBRO website

We would like to recommend linking IBRO’s website to IBRO’s logo on your website and/or to any mention of IBRO on your website: www.ibro.org  

IBRO social media channels

When possible, please tag IBRO on social media posts related to the IBRO-supported initiatives, as it facilitates sharing of the posts on our behalf:

Text about IBRO for websites

If possible and applicable, we would like to recommend adding the following text under the description about IBRO on your website:

The International Brain Research Organization (IBRO) is the global association of neuroscience societies established in 1961 that aims to promote and support neuroscience around the world through training, education, research, outreach and engagement activities, and the publication of two journals, Neuroscience and IBRO Neuroscience Reports.