Our Principles

It is important that the organisation is accessible to all and provides an opportunity of people from all walks of life to participate. The following are It is important that the organisation is accessible to all and provides an opportunity for people from all walks of life to participate. The following are some key principles.

  1. The movement will have no political alliance or ambitions
  2. There will be no room for religion in the movement, as we are all humans first
  3. It will always work within the law, without compromise and will follow a non-violent agenda
  4. It will be non-threatening in any form to governments
  5. Members must not have formal political affiliations
  6. It cannot single out any single state for campaigns
  7. It will not collect or distribute funds. This will only done by international NGOs
  8. It will use the work of the world’s top poverty & equality think-tanks to develop solutions
  9. Can not be involved in disaster relief
  10. Funds can only be allocated to sustainable projects through international and credible NGOs
  11. Direct job creation programmes
  12. Vocational training
  13. Poverty eradication, health, food, clean water and housing
  14. Funding micro loans for business start up and entrepreneur projects