Category Archives: non-violent conflict

Ten Key Values

Grassroots Democracy All human beings must be allowed a say in decisions that affect their lives; no one should be subject to the will of another. We work to improve public participation in every aspect of government and seek to … Continue reading

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Education – Lifelong and Life-Affirming

We should view learning as a lifelong and life-affirming process to which all people should have access.We support learning, and openness to learning. We should recommend the following actions: Eliminate gross inequalities in school funding. Federal policy on education should … Continue reading

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