Adjustment to manifesto introduction

Proposer
Autumn-Leah
State

Accepted

Vote Score

3

Age

1252 days


@Autumn-Leah edited index.md - over 3 years ago
  • Ethical: dedicated to creating a sustainable society and economy with progressive moral values.
  • Bottom-up: People should be telling the government what they want from a local level, rather than being told from the top.

We believe that individuals should be:

We believe that individuals should:

  • Treated equally by the law and society, regardless of gender, sexuality, ethnicity, age, belief or disability.
  • Free to act in any manner that does not harm another individual, and does not infringe upon the rights of other individuals.
  • Be treated equally by the law, regardless of gender identity, sex, romantic orientation, sexual orientation, ethnicity, race, perceived ethnicity and/or race, age, religious and/or spiritual belief, occupation or disability.
  • Be free to act in any manner that does not harm another individual, and does not infringe upon the rights of other individuals.
  • Enjoy a fundamental right to privacy from the state or their agents.

In short, we wish to ensure government remains open and transparent, whilst individuals retain liberty and privacy.

Autumn-Leah

@Autumn-Leah - over 3 years ago

Added a few more categories that shouldn't be discriminated against, removed society, as adjusting society could be interpreted as a clamp down on freedom of speech, and changed the wording to make it flow properly both as a list and read as a continuous sentence.

@Autumn-Leah edited index.md - over 3 years ago
  • Ethical: dedicated to creating a sustainable society and economy with progressive moral values.
  • Bottom-up: People should be telling the government what they want from a local level, rather than being told from the top.

We believe that individuals should be:

We believe that individuals should:

  • Treated equally by the law and society, regardless of gender, sexuality, ethnicity, age, belief or disability.
  • Free to act in any manner that does not harm another individual, and does not infringe upon the rights of other individuals.
  • Be treated equally by the law, regardless of gender identity, sex, romantic orientation, sexual orientation, ethnicity, race, perceived ethnicity and/or race, age, religious and/or spiritual belief, occupation (current or previous), status of union membership (including the type of union and what union), marital status, or disability.
  • Be free to act in any manner that does not harm another individual, and does not infringe upon the rights of other individuals.
  • Enjoy a fundamental right to privacy from the state or their agents.

In short, we wish to ensure government remains open and transparent, whilst individuals retain liberty and privacy.

Autumn-Leah

@Autumn-Leah - over 3 years ago

Updated it with a few others that shouldn't lead to discrimination in legislation or in court matters