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The above design for a new (matriachal) New Zealand flag was rejected by the NZ Flag Consideration Project Secretariat Team.

See the email below:


-------- Original Message --------
Subject: Your alternative flag design suggestion
Date: Sun, 24 May 2015 22:04:05 +0000
From: flaginfo <info@flag.govt.nz>

Thank you for your alternative flag design suggestion. Unfortunately your design does not meet the Minimum Standards in the Flag Design Guidelines (available on www.flag.govt.nz <http://www.flag.govt.nz>), or you did not complete the form appropriately, and therefore cannot be considered.

The Minimum Standards are:

·/"Intellectual property – Do not suggest a design under your name that you know is a copy of an existing, or someone else’s, design. Also, do not include symbols, trade marks, or elements in your design that are copied from someone else or that are the intellectual or cultural property of another person or entity without explaining who they belong to. Please remember that even if a particular design or symbol is on the internet, it does not mean you can copy it for your own design. /

/If you wish to recommend an _existing_ design for consideration by the Panel, please suggest the design with clear information about who has developed the design and, if possible, how they can be contacted. /


/If your design is shortlisted for the first referendum, or chosen as the contender for the second referendum, or chosen as New Zealand’s new flag, then you and any author or owner of the design, or any part of it, will need to sign a form agreeing to transfer ownership of any intellectual property rights in the design to the Crown at no cost. /


·/Offensive or divisive designs – Flags should be a symbol of pride and unify the community they represent. For this reason, flags that are offensive to an individual or community, or that are divisive, will not be considered./

·/Flag designs that include words, photos or complex objects will not be considered. /

·/Flag designs that incorporate the image of a person will not be considered./" //

If you disagree with this decision, please reply to this email stating the reasons why you believe your design meets the minimum standards. You are also very welcome to suggest another design.

Yours sincerely,

NZ Flag Consideration Project Secretariat Team

PO Box 10245

The Terrace

Wellington 6143


*Confidentiality notice:*
This email may contain information that is confidential or legally privileged. If you have received it by mistake, please:
(1) reply promptly to that effect, and remove this email and the reply from your system;
(2) do not act on this email in any other way.
Thank you.


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Peter Douglas Zohrab

Latest Update

12 October 2021