advancing with a well-founded discourse to make tangible progress.
paying particular attention to the different realities composing the student community (based on age, language, origin, socioeconomic condition, life experience, ethnicity, gender identity, sexual orientation, culture, religion, minority or marginalized communities) to include and consider them justly and equitably without discrimination.
a democratic structure that is clear, accessible, and transparent.
encouraging member associations to treat each other with collegiality, respect, and consideration.
respecting the local sovereignty of member associations and their internal decision-making processes.