The digitization of the project logo was done by the European Projects Association. EPA team digitized the logo drawned by the elementary school Maraslion, based in Athens.
The winner of the logo contest have been awarded
Indeed, after receiving a large numbers of logo drawings from all the schools, pupils and students, our Sterring Commitee selected a winner. The elementary school Maraslion, won the competition! During the competition contest We asked the participants to send us they comments about tteh signification of there draft. Representatives from the elementary school Maraslion said: "the blackboard background symbolizes the school environment and the lamp the innovative ideas that can be created there". The teacher and the headmaster were awarded by our partner Prof. Th. Babalis on Saturday 18th August 2018 and received as a prize an online voucher up 100€ for a purchase of books. Congratulations!
The Logo Pictures
The logo contest of our project was a success. The deadline for the submission of the logo has been established on Wednesday 24th January 2018. We received over 65 logos from public, private, elementary, vocational and high schools and individuals.
Then, the top 10 voted logos on Facebook were selected by the project team. After receiving a large number of votes on logos submitted, the Steering Committee's members of Ethicsbocard acting on behalf of project’s partners, selected the winner on Monday 12th February 2018. The competition was also a success because We have received a lot of feedback from educational institutions and We increase the visibility of our project in different countries.
After a conscientious feedback’s analysis that we received from the applicants, the logo contest was an efficient tool to stimulate innovative thinking related to ethics and entrepreneurship for the pupils and teachers. Please, you may find below all the submissions. Don’t hesitate to leave us your comment!!
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