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Green Principles: GoodGovernance

A
 All people are neighbours.
   
B
 

Build partnerships.

   
C
 

Commitment to care for others to the higher quality of behaviour among human beings.

   
D
 

Democracy and equality.

   
E
 

Environmental protection.

   
F
 Fundamental values.
   
G
 

Co-operative global approach.

   
H
 

Universal sense of human identity.

   
I
 

Improved understanding.

   
J
 

Core values of respect for life, liberty, justice and equity, mutual respect, caring and integrity.

   
K
 

Pooling information, knowledge and capacities.

   
L
 

Larger, long-term mutual interest.

   
M
 

Meeting basic material needs.

   
N
 New vision for humanity.
  

O
 People should treat others, as they would themselves wish to be treated.
   
P
 

Principles of consultation, transparency and accountability.

   
Q
 

Commitment to core values concerned with the quality of life and relationships.

   
R
 

Human rights.

   
S
 

Shared vision and destiny.

   
T
 

Working together.

   
U
 

Using collective power to create a better world.

   
V
 

Vision of one world.

   
W
 

New World.

   
X
 

Flexible and fluid process.

   
Y
 

Dynamic process.

   
Z
 Global citizenship.


Adapted from the Report of the Commission on Global Governance. The writer has inferred those salient points she believes embody the fundamental principles of good governance.

V
isit [http://www.cgg.ch/contents.htm] for an overview of Our Global Neighbourhood – Report of the Commission on Global Governance

The writer expresses her sincerest wish that these fundamentals meet the integrity of the Commission’s objectives.
Thank you.
 
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