The Human Rights Effort Definitions and Reclaiming of Language
The recognition of the intrinsic value and unique iteration of each human being which informs the capability and respect for their freedom of movement in their own existence.
To respect the diversity of experiences, cultures, interests, and values of all People in a way that allows one to step into or understand the existence, experience, or opinion of another genuinely.
A social contract between the people and the government they directly consent to.
To act from hope rather than fear; to hope for the best. To try new things even if it is uncharted territory.
The use of a neutral perspective to balance the necessities, opportunities, challenges, and operations within an ecological system. A society in which all coexist, harmonize, and create space in respect and in support of others.
To use compassion in understanding, validating, or listening to another’s experience.
Those rights which are defined by and agreed to by the living generation of any community, nation, or governing group of people. Rights that should be protected for all human beings, regardless of identity, background, and experiences.
Those things which are not in existence, but are yet still possible.
A term developed from the terms: indivisibility and dual. A recognition of the interconnected, yet independent balance innate within all human beings.
To maintain one’s honesty and sincerity; to tell the truth and offer truthful opinions. To maintain one’s word and promises in the effort of sincerity and the betterment of the people, as opposed to the effort to further one’s interest.
To be an example or guide for a vision, project, or endeavor of one or others.
A recognition of the complex, interconnected nature of our ecological systems which informs the intrinsic value associated with each happening, being, and environment. Acting neutral creates space for all and acknowledges the value of each.
Defending the integrity, development, and efficacy of a nation-state, community, or identifiable social group for the betterment of society, not oneself alone.
To embrace the time and challenges it takes to facilitate change. To continue the journey in acknowledgement (not in spite of) the time and challenges faced.
Taking intended action towards an identified goal or vision. Anticipating what could be and developing a plan to materialize that which is not in existence.
The constant and consistent review and revamp of social structures to ensure that they’re operating to enable humanity’s highest potential.