Right to Information
The Government of India enacted the Right to Information Act in 2005 that provided access to information to any citizen of India and is one of the most impactful, received a new face in 2010.
The Right to Information (RTI) logo depicts a sheet of paper with information on it and the public authority figure behind the sheet in the act of providing the information to the petitioner. This represents the two stakeholders in the process of sharing information under the Act. The lines of information on the sheet of paper are rendered in a manner that makes it look transparent, showing through the form of ‘i’ from behind. The solid form of ‘i’ is a very simplistic portrayal of the human form and can also be related to the ‘i’ for information. The bright blue used in the logo stands for transparency and purity and depicts freedom from malpractices.
Download the vector logo of the Right to Information brand designed by Tarun Deep Girdher, National Institute of Design in Adobe® Illustrator® format. The current status of the logo is active, which means the logo is currently in use.