The Unrepresented Nations and Peoples Organisation (UNPO) is a forum of peoples, national minorities and repressed nations which may have differing objectives and aspirations but are linked by a common condition: none are represented in the international forum. Consequently, they are limited in their ability to participate in the international community and to solve problems through global institutions mandated to protect human rights and negotiate conflicts.
The online forum is rich in educational materials. UNPO gives access to articles and reports of Amnesty International, and many other international documents. Thanks to UNPO, native peoples of Australia and residents of Chechnya, Ingushetia, Tibet, Kosovo, West Papua and Zanzibar have a chance to make their presence felt in the international forum. UNPO is a kind of supplement to the current institutional system of the UN.