U.S. Department of State - "Making Media That Matters: Amplifying The Stories Of Refugees".
The refugee flag is now part of the permanent collection of Victoria & Albert museum, elected the best design museum of 2016.
Athletes from other nations salute the Refugee Nation flag during the hockey game in the Olympic Games 2016
Insecurities: Tracing Displacement and Shelter The refugee flag and anthem are now official part of a MoMA exhibition “Insecurities: Tracing Displacement and Shelter”.
UTA agent Keya Khayatian who represents Asghar Farhadi (oscar winner in 2017) wearing the Refugee Flag pin at the Red Carpet.
Franklin Leonard, wearing the Refugee Flag pin, presented the project on BBC during the Oscars.
Popole Misenga, refugee athlete in the Olympic Games 2016.
Yolande Mabika, refugee athlete in the Olympic Games 2016
The Refugee Nation Flag being embraced by the Olympic refugee athletes Biel and Angelina during the One Young World Summit in Ottawa, Canada.
Refugees embracing the flag in the world's biggest refugee camp Kakuma, in Kenya.
Refugee communities across the globe
Refugees in Lesbos, Greece embracing the flag.
The flag being raised among the life vests, in Lesbos (Greece).
The legendary artist Ai Weiwei and dissident holding our flag next to its designer Yara Said.
Franklin Leonard, hollywood influencer, film executive and founder of the Black List striking a pose with the Refugee Nation's flag.
Jeffrey Tambor, actor.
Oliver Percovich taking a stand for the refugees by embracing our flag. He left Australia to relocate to Afghanistan in 2007, where he has been skateboarding his way, through walls of sexism, poverty and violence.