We all face such obstacles, whether with ourselves, in our relationships, in our jobs, or simply our world.
It is our ability to overcome these hurdles, through the choices we make, which ultimately makes the difference. It all begins and ends with us.
It is time to make a stand for ourselves, each other, and, ultimately, the world.
We have rights and we have responsibilities.
The Human Contract is based upon the seven principles of human dignity and originates from the United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights, with focus on an interpersonal perspective.
The responsibilities revolve around modern leadership and include such values as equal rights, human development and learning.
The Human Contract encourages us to remain accountable as humans and is, simply put, a modern leadership scheme for citizens.
The contract is for you to sign - for yourself and the world.
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We follow of course the rules of GDPR.
The seven principles of human dignity
We have the right to bodily integrity
We have a responsibility towards our body
We have the right to free thoughtWe have a responsibility for those thoughts
We have the right to our emotionsWe have a responsibility for our emotions and also their consequences
We have the right to communicate and express ourselves freely.
We have a responsibility towards what we communicate and express. We must aim to converse with dignity and respect, for the good of both ourselves and others.
We have the right to freedom of movement
We have a responsibility in our movement
to respect others´, laws and policies
We have the right to life - to live with whomever we choose, where and how we wish, but not at a detriment to others.
This includes all life forms – we must respect all life.
Collectively we have rights as humans, to live side by side as neighbours, cohabiting in a suitable environment. This is fundamental to our existence.
We have collective responsibilities - civil courage – and should stand up against injustice for all life on earth.