People at the centre
Value the individual.
Develop and grow the individual.
The whole person is valuable – we are not interested in simply the capacity to work, or the skills they offer.
Body, mind, and spirit are valuable and inherently so, not because of tribe, colour, inheritance, gender, skills, age or any other factor.
Preserve the individual. Our safety and health policies and practices are designed to ensure the individual is safe and healthy. The group does not thrive at the expense of the individual.
The individual is treated with dignity and respect. Our governance is designed to ensure the individual is safe from abuse, trafficking, starvation, and any other form of unethical behaviour.
Justice is available to every individual. Access to justice is not the preserve of the wealthy or privileged. Our governance ensures there is accountability and transparency and that systems and communities cannot obscure or harbour abuse and neglect of the individual.
The individual has a voice. We listen and we act. We provide formal and informal mechanisms which ensure the individual is heard.