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by António Martins, 10 October 1999
The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization promotes education for all, cultural development, protection of the world's natural and cultural heritage, international cooperation in science, press freedom and communication.
Blas Delgado Ortiz, 24 June 2000
The flag of UNESCO show its logo in white on UN blue, akin to most other
organizations of the UNO system. The logo is a stylized
Ancient Greek temple portico, with three stairs steps, seven columns and a
pediment, the columns being the letters "UNESCO" in a condensed (sans serif)
typeface set very loosely.
António Martins-Tuvalkin, 31 May 2008
by Ivan Sache, 12 August 2002
Jean Illel is a French poet and designer,
currently President of the Club of Poets and Artists at UNESCO (United Nations
Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization). On 10 December 1998, for the
50th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, Illel presented
the Universal Flag of Peace and Solidarity, a flag horizontally divided
I have not found any reference to this flag on the UNESCO website. Therefore, I believe Illel's flag has remained unofficial until now.
Ivan Sache, 12 August 2002
Note the similarity with the flag of the Miccosoukee Indian tribe flag in USA.
John Ayer, 14 August 2002