Children’s Week™ Trademark, Logo & Poster

Guidelines for use

Please note: The logo and poster are only accessible if you have registered an event.

Children’s Week™ Trademark

Children’s Week™ is a distinguishable mark used to promote official objectives, dates, events and activities coordinated by licenced members of the Children’s Week Council of Australia.

Who can use Children’s Week™?

Children’s Week™ can only be used by the licenced member State or Territory convenor of the Children’s Week Council.

When can other organisations or groups use the Children’s Week™?

Children’s Week™ may only be used in association with Children’s Week promotion, activities and events coordinated by each State or Territory’s official convenor.

When an applicant has written approval from their State or Territory convenor to use the logo and poster, Children’s Week is incorporated in the logo and does not require the trademark symbol. The Council will not intervene in a State or Territory Convenor’s decision to approve an applicant.

Why Trademark Children’s Week?

The Children’s Week Council registered the trademark for exclusive right in Australia to use as a brand and to legally stop imitators contravening the objectives of Children’s Week and to provide legal protection against misuse, personal or commercial gain of the brand.

The Children’s Week Logo

The Children’s Week Logo is a distinguishable mark of official events and activities coordinated by members of the Children’s Week Council.

Who can use the Children’s Week Logo?

The Children’s Week logo can only be used by members of the Children’s Week Council or other authorised organisations and groups.

When can other organisations or groups use the Children’s Week Logo?

The Children’s Week logo may only be used in association with Children’s Week activities and events coordinated by each state or territory’s convenor. Cases falling outside these specifications require permission from their State or Territory convenor. Compliance with specifications and further advice on ethical marketing and advertising can be attained from your State or Territory contact.

Conditions for using the Children’s Week Logo

The following describes a range of situations and conditions for using the Children’s Week and includes advertisements and promotional information in any medium (print, television, radio, banners, internet).

  • Organisations must have written approval by the State or Territory Children’s Week Council convenor and provide a Registration of event form.
  • Impressions must not be created that may lead an observer to conclude the event or activity is an official event of Council or its members.
  • Under no circumstances can the logo be modified or used for commercial gain or on products such as corporate stationery, business cards, building signage, mouse pads, pens, satchels, packaging etc.

The Children’s Week logo can only be used by other groups in promoting and marketing their children’s week events and activities in the year of that event or activity. Approval must be sought each year.