We serve five ethics in the context of economic communities and community enterprises to leverage the work of global networks and their members.

  1. Human Rights
  2. Anti-Corruption
  3. Cooperation
  4. Labor
  5. Environment


We strive for more cross-cutting, intersecting agendas and open resources.

  • Information-sharing pools – *not central control, censors, consent, conformism
  • Participatory budgeting – transparent income and expense tools and user control
  • Distributive digital tools – for alternative and informal value creation/exchange
  • People-centered safe spaces – to protect self-governance and diverse ways of growth