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Global community concepts.
December 2002 Newsletter: 2F
May 2003 Newsletter: E
June 2003 Newsletter: D
October 2003 Newsletter: 4D

Community rights on the Scale of Human and Earth Rights.
January 2003 Newsletter: 2A
February 2003 Newsletter: 2F

Humanity scale of social values.
November 2002 Newsletter: 2Q, 2R
December 2002 Newsletter: 2A, 2E, 2F, 2G, 2H
April 2003 Newsletter: 8D
May 2003 Newsletter: 7B, 7C
July 2003 Newsletter: 6E
August 2003 Newsletter: 8B, 8C

Earth rights and the Scale of Human and Earth Rights.
December 2002 Newsletter: 2G, 2F
January 2003 Newsletter: 2F
February 2003 Newsletter: 2I, 2J, 2K, 2L
August 2003 Newsletter: 8B, 8C

Formation of Earth Government for the good of all.
January 2003 Newsletter: 2C, 2D
October 2002 Newsletter: 7B, 7H
November 2002 Newsletter: 2K, 2L, 2N
December 2003 Newsletter: 2B
April 2003 Newsletter: 8G
Press release #5
Press release #6
Press release #7

Criteria to obtain the Global Community Citizenship
August 2003 Newsletter: 8G
September 2003 Newsletter: 4A, 4B, 4C, 5A, 5B
October 2003 Newsletter: 3C, 4A, 4C, 5A
Press release #8

The statement of rights and responsibilities of a person and of belonging to 'a global community' and to 'The Global Community', the Earth Community, the human family.
November 2002 Newsletter: 2Q, 2R
July 2003 Newsletter: 5A, 5B
August 2003 Newsletter: 7
Press release #7

The Earth Community Organization(ECO), the Global Community, recognizes that all human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights. Freedom is both a principle and a value. Individuals have the freedom of decision and action to the extent that their actions do not interfere with the rights of others. It is because human beings are free that they are subject of law and are creators and holders of rights. Freedom and human rights are therefore basic to each other. Fundamental freedoms are far from being enjoyed by all but it is our common future, it is part of our Vision statement for year 2024. Human freedom is a value to be attained. Equality is a value, an ideal for people who live a hard day-to-day life of economic inequalities such as unemployment, and social inequalities caused by the privileges enjoyed by some people and the exploitation of others, and inequality of educational and health opportunities. Freedom and equality are both indispensable. Equality and freedom are therefore accepted and enshrined as universal values by which the Earth Community Organization will governed its affairs. As universal values they are concerned with our ability to decide, to choose values and to participate in the making of laws, and they are dependent on the recognition of other people. These values forbid any form of discrimination on the grounds of race, nationality, sex, religion, age or mother tongue. By accepting both values of freedom and equality we can achieve justice. One can be answerable for one's actions in a 'just' way only if judgements are given in the framework of democratically established laws and courts. Social justice is another universal value to which Earth Community aspires and accepts as a universal value. Social justice consists in sharing wealth with a view to greater equality and the equal recognition of each individual's merits. All persons within a given society deserve equal access to goods and services that fulfill basic human needs.

We also accept human Earthrights as part of our universal values from which we base our decisions. Human and Earth rights and democracy are closely intertwined. Respect for human and Earth rights and fundamental freedoms is one of the characteristics of a democracy. The typical fundamental freedoms of a democracy (freedom of expression, thought, assembly, and association) are themselves part of human rights. These freedoms were present during the World Congress as we have dialogued and debated on the rights of different people and their accompanying obligations and responsibilities as human beings. These freedoms can exist everywhere. Democracy is a political system based on the participation of the people. It foresees the separation of powers among the judiciary, the legislative and the executive authorities, as well as free and regular elections.

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