About the Flag

The International Indigenous Unity Flag is important to help create unity, world peace and awareness about the hardships that Indigenous People are facing all around the world, such as the destruction of the lands and waters. The flag represents all indigenous people and how we must come together as one; uniting to protect Mother Earth, our cultures and way of life. All plants, animals, the air we breathe, the water we drink and humans are in a circle of life!

Representation of the unity flag:

Feather represents leadership “just one being”. The dots around the circles represent chiefs, elders, and people. The bigger circles represent unity amongst the culture. The biggest circle that the big circles make represents complete unity on our diverse planet.

The Green colour represents Mother Earth as the first creation followed by plants, animals and then human kind. The four colours represent humans, in a circle of life. It is within the fourth circle that human beings were created represented by the four primary colours. Each culture has a wisdom and knowledge that compliments the whole of humanity.

Each race carries a gift to the world. If the world is to remain in balance, the gifts of each race must be seen as valid and given the right under creator to reach its full potential.

Endorsement Letter from the Assembly of First Nations and the National Chief of Canada Sean Atleo

Endorsement Letter from the Assembly of First Nations and the National Chief of Canada Sean Atleo

~In Native American teachings, the plants were here first; then came the birds and the animals…the human spirits who were from spirits who were willing to share themselves so the humans could be physical and be the keepers of Mother Earth. We are considered as being much younger than the other spirits. That also means we have much yet to learn from the plants about taking care of our health; from the animals about survival; and from the birds about our…spirit freedom…~
~Medicine of the Cherokee~

 

 

 

 

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Vendor Compliance and Code of Conduct Summary

Indigenous Unity Flag seeks to conduct its business in a very responsible manner. The following summary is designed to provide you with a better understanding of what it means to meet our Vendor Compliance and Code of Conduct. It represents the rigor in which we evaluate factories to ensure they are consistent with our company’s values and policies.

This Code of Vendor Conduct applies to all factories that produce goods for the Indigenous Unity Flag. or any of its subsidiaries, divisions, affiliates or agents.

While we recognize that there are different legal and cultural environments in which factories operate throughout the world, this Code of Conduct sets conditions that all factories must meet in order to do business with us. The Code also provides the foundation for the Indigenous Unity Flags ongoing evaluation of the factory’s employment practices and environmental compliance. If we determines that any factory has violated this Code, The Indigenous Unity Flag may either terminate its business relationship or require the factory to implement a corrective action plan. If corrective action is advised but not taken, we will suspend placement of future orders and may terminate current production.

As a general principle, factories that produce goods for the Indigenous Unity Flag shall operate ethically and in full compliance of their respective countries with all applicable laws, rules and regulations related to labor, worker health and safety, and the environment. It also ensures that workers are treated fairly with no discrimination on any level. Child Labor is prohibited and age requirements must comply with local government laws. Forced Labour is prohibited. Wages & Hours local laws must be observed and applied ensuring fair worker compensation. Working conditions must be humane and productive. Factories must treat all workers with respect and dignity providing them with a safe, healthy environment and the freedom of association.

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