Protocols for the use of National Symbols are determined by the National Emblems Committee.
The following protocol should be observed when the National Symbols are used:
- The Coat of Arms should be proportionate and not be stretched.
- The Coat of Arms should be printed above any other logo.
- The size of the Flag should be in the proportion 2:1 (width twice the height)
- The stripes of the Flag should be of the same size.
- The red central emblem of the Flag is a circle.
- The breast of the bird is purple.
- The Coat of Arms and Flag can be displayed on any background colour, providing that the colours of the Coat of Arms and Flag are maintained.
- No other flag, colour, standard, ensign or other emblem should be displayed above or to the right of the National Flag, i.e., the observer’s left facing it.
For further information write to:
National Emblems Committee
Ministry of Community Development, Gender Affairs and Information
1st Floor, Government Headquarters
Kennedy Avenue, Roseau