Adopted at the first General Assembly on 11 February 1991. Replaced by current flag in 2005. The ring of colors of the original flag was simplified and 'UNPO' was added to the flag. Therefore, since June 2005 the official UNPO flag is the one with the UNPO symbol. The original flag had a ring of colors to represent the 'colorful world'.
UNPO Director-General is Karl von Habsburg, appointed in January 2002. UNPO is located in The Hague (The Netherlands).
The members of UNPO with a link to an individual page for each member.
I am describing these flags, following the UNPO members' list. In my comments, "similar" means that the flags shown on UNPO website and ours are the same, whereas identicalmeans that the images shown on UNPO website and ours are the same.
Aboriginals of Australia
Albanians in Macedonia - National Albanian flag
Chechen Republic Ichkeria
Chittagong Hill Tracts
Greek Minority in Albania
Hungarian Minority in Romania
Khmer Kampuchea Krom
Maohi People (French Polynesia)
Sakha Republic (Yakutia)
South Moluccas, Republic of
Former members of UNPO are Armenia, Estonia, Georgia, Latvia, and Palau
The UNPO Presidency met from 01 to 03 February 2007 at the European Parliament in Brussels, where it welcomed the following nations and peoples into the organisation
54. Hmong ChaoFa
55. Inner Mongolia
56. Iranian Kurdistan
57. Rehoboth Basters
58. Southern Azerbaijan
At the last UNPO Presidency Meeting on 9 October 2009 three members were suspended who are no longer part of UNPO. These are:
Buffalo River Dene Nation
Komi - image nearly identical to that. Most probably an earlier image of the flag, later corrected on our site.
Mari - image nearly identical to the second "incorrect flag" . Most probably an earlier image of the flag, later corrected.