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Interactive Charter for Co-creation Inquiry -- please respond!
What is our movement?
There is a broad new movement emerging around the world. We're trying to help organize it and make it brilliant. But what exactly does it include? Who belongs in this movement? How do we recognize people that do?

Please give us your insights and guiding suggestions. Thanks!

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What are the characteristics and attributes of people and organizations we want to invite into our movement?

How do we recognize them? Why are we excited about what they do? Why do we want to work with them?

Use your own definition of the words in the questions. Plug in your own personal meaning, and select all that seem resonant to you personally.

It's not required that people or groups have ALL of these characteristics -- maybe just some or most -- but all might be good too...

Select one or more
They advocate for and practice principles of cocreation
They advocate for idealistic social change
They advocate for social healing and unity
They advocate for whole systems or wholeness
They employ dialog or circle-based methods
They have a global perspective
They have a holistic perspective
They have a spiritual perspective
They have expertise on an important subject
They are broadly or absolutely inclusive
They are egalitarian
They are communitarian
They recognize and value unity-in-diversity
They understand that we all must work together to make the world successful
They are willing and able to negotiate on challenging issues that create divisions
They value or sense a universal common ground among all human beings
They are able to respect and work with people with whom they disagree

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