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The Common Purpose


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Short presentation on the fundamentals of the common purpose and principle - fulfilment without harm.

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The Common Purpose

  1. 1. The Common Purpose
  2. 2. NoticeThis presentation is free to all users and may befreely copied and distributed on a not-for-profitbasis. Please note that many of the images usedin the slides have been sourced on a fair-use basisfrom the Internet and so no profit should beextracted from their use in this presentation, or viaany other medium, without permission from theirrespective copyright holders.
  3. 3. Purpose & PrincipleFulfilment Without Harm
  4. 4. The Way The Right Way The Wrong WayTo pursue fulfilment To pursue power and without harm to or money with harm to from others others
  5. 5. Rights Our rights are statements against treatment that can harm us and our fulfilment.We have the right to an ethnicity, And we have the right to aand to not be arbitrarily deprived clean, attractive, andof ethnicity and the right to harmonious environment.reside in our homeland.
  6. 6. We have the right… To own property, alone as well as in association with others. [A. 17.1] To not be arbitrarily deprived of property. [A. 17.2]*To life, liberty and security. [A. 3]* To freedom of thought. [A. 18]*To not be held in servitude or slavery. [A. 4]* To freedom of opinion and expression of opinion through any medium. [A.To not be tortured or subjected to cruel or degrading treatment or 19]*punishment. [A. 5]* To freedom of assembly and association. [A. 20.1]*To recognition as a person (before the law). [A. 6]* To not be compelled to belong to an association. [A. 20.2]*To equal treatment (before the law). [A. 7]* To take part in government directly or through freely chosenTo effective remedy for acts violating our rights. [A. 8]* representatives. [A. 21.1]To not be arbitrarily arrested, detained or exiled. [A. 9]* To equal access to public service. [A. 21.2]To a fair and public hearing by an impartial tribunal in determination of To social security and to economic, social and cultural rights for personalrights and charges. [A. 10] development. [A. 22]To be presumed innocent until proven guilty. [A. 11.1]* To work, choice of employment, just and favourable conditions, andTo not be held guilty of any penal offence not constituting an offence unemployment protection. [A. 23.1]when committed. [A. 11.2] To equal pay for equal work. [A. 23.2]To not be subject to arbitrary interference with our privacy or to attacks To just and favourable remuneration. [A. 23.3]on our reputation. [A. 12]* To form and join trade unions for the protection of our interests. [A. 23.4]To freedom of movement and residence within the borders of our State.[A. 13.1]* To rest and leisure. [A. 24]*To leave a country and return to our country. [A. 13.2]* To a standard of living adequate for health and wellbeing. [A. 25.1]*To seek in other countries asylum from political persecution. [A. 14.1]* To a clean, attractive, harmonious environment.To a nationality. [A. 15.1] To education. [A. 26.1]*To not be arbitrarily deprived of nationality nor denied the right to To choose the kind of education given to our children. [A. 26.3]change nationality. [A. 15.2] To participate in the community. [A. 27.1]*To an ethnicity. To material interest from our ideas. [A. 27.2]*To not be arbitrarily deprived of ethnicity and the right to reside in our To a social and international order in which these rights can be fullyhomeland. realised. [A. 28]*To marry. [A. 16.1]
  7. 7. LawLaw based on human rights Law based on property & privilege Without knowledge of law we are still likely to operate within it if we abide by the principle of no harm. Justice is served more by a just judiciary than a written law.
  8. 8. AtonementAtonement & Amends Denial & PunishmentConciliation requires our willingness to atone and make amends. Thewillingness to make amends and atone attends to our genuine contrition. Thisfacilitates the conciliation of those of us wronged with those of us who havewronged and humanity in general. It assists closure and a new beginning.
  9. 9. For further information visit… OUR SYSTEM http://oursystem.infoThe Common Purpose Manifesto