THE RIGHT TO GOOD LIFE AND SOLIDARITY
Everybody has the right to proper healthcare, education, and housing. We should all live in an encouraging and supportive society, be able to exercise the right to free time and leisure, have a happy childhood, creative youth, fulfilled adulthood and safe elderliness. Everybody has the right to a future. The benchmark for success has too long been economic profit. Income should not be a condition for happiness. Our measure is pleasure.
THE RIGHT TO COMMONS
The magnitude of our collective power is only visible when we join our individual powers. Thus, it is necessary to protect every commons and manage it in democratic and transparent ways that aim for universal well-being. We do not endorse privatisation or destruction of natural resources and public spaces.
THE RIGHT TO DECENT POLITICAL AUTHORITIES
Politics should not be perceived as struggle for power. Instead, it should be used to protect common interests. We demand an open political space, withdrawal of existing power elites and strict focus on content rather than form or popularity. The civil sphere should be allowed to access and have direct influence over decision-making mechanisms.
THE RIGHT TO/OF NATURE
Nature is the subject of protection, the interest of the natural environment our common interest, and the animals have the right to dignity. Progress, development and economic growth should not be an excuse for irresponsible behavior towards our natural environment.
THE RIGHT TO PEOPLE-CENTRED ECONOMY
Public debt is a direct result of private enterprises, thus it should not have beeen made public and offloaded to the people. We want to create an environment in which socially and environmentally responsive companies will flourish. Everybody has the right to fulfilling work and dignified life.
THE RIGHT TO INCLUSION
We reject divisions based on personal circumstances. We should stop allowing the implementation of politics of exclusion that deny random social groups possibility to decent existence, push them to social margins, and appropriate their power. The right to equality, which is guaranteed by our Constitution, should be practised rather than just preached. The right to participation and human rights apply to everyone. To us, that is not subject to discussion.