(Working collectively vs. Working individually)
We see ourselves in networks and the individual influence that we have in the system, preferring to work together than alone. We share vulnerabilities and strengths. First the people, then the projects.
(Long Term vs Short Term)
Our mission is long term and that is why we focus on possibilities that consider exchange reciprocity. We understand the means as being more important than the ends. We are building a new conscience, and this demands time.
(Learn by doing vs. Planning)
We value learning and constant enhancement. This means testing and then evaluating the results, reflecting, and improving each try incrementally. We prototype our ideas in the world and learn by making mistakes. We plan less and do more.
(Courage vs. Fear)
We create new solutions to complex challenges. We are close to the vanguards of knowledge to apply what is most current and feel the emerging future more than we adapt to old operating standards.
(Transformation vs. Help)
Our actions are made to generate improvement in the borders of the systems. These improvements are under constant quali and quanti evaluation and in order to be effective, they focus on the causes and not the symptoms of the problems. We listen to the true needs instead of imposing what we believe them to be.
We want diverse people participating in all areas and we are open to co-creating with representatives of different world views. We are not dogmatic or fundamentalists. We believe in multiple truths and value cultural, social, and ideological plurality.
(Authenticity vs. Manipulation)
Transparency, honesty, truth.