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Rights & Freedoms
The fundamental rights and freedoms of humans and all living beings. ## The Rights of Mother Earth ## The Right to know the Truth ## The Right to Life and Freedom ## The Right to Equal Opportunity and Freedom from Oppression ## The Right of Basic Respect ## Freedom of Religion ## Freedom...

Creative Culture
Best practices for an enlightened and sustainable society. The Creative Culture Guide is an evolving mandala of guiding principles and resources for sustainable society. The mission of the guide is to serve as a complete and concise set of guidelines for a society where humans co-exist in a harmonious...

BC Home Educators Association
BCHEA is a registered non-profit society dedicated to the protection of the family's freedom to educate children at home with minimal government intervention. BCHEA was registered in 1987 as an umbrella group to represent all home schoolers regardless of their philosophical or religious beliefs. Since...

A Place to Grow; The Culture of Sudbury Valley School by Daniel Greenberg
In 1968, a group of parents and educators founded Sudbury Valley School based on a clear vision of the individual freedom needed by children to flourish, and of a community governed equally by all its members. This book explores the array of principles and practices that have evolved and make up the...

The Meaning of Education by Daniel Greenberg
In 1968, a group of parents and educators founded Sudbury Valley School based on a clear vision of the individual freedom needed by children to flourish, and of a community governed equally by all its members. The task this book undertakes is to articulate the many strands that, together, form the...

Summerhill by A.S. Neill
Alexander Sutherland Neill (17 October 1883 – 23 September 1973) was a Scottish educator and author known for his school, Summerhill, and its philosophy of freedom from adult coercion and its community self-governance Neill wrote 20 books in his lifetime. Originally published in 1960, Summerhill...

Open Source Seed Initiative
The Open Source Seed Initiative works to maintain fair and open access to plant genetic diversity worldwide. Protecting the freedom of farmers, gardeners, breeders, and future generations to save, replant and share seeds without the threat of privatized intellectual property rights.



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