UPDATE: the consultation has now closed. Go to the new Democracy and Sustainability website to see who has signed up to the manifesto. We have kept the original text below explaining the consultation process we followed in our journey to the manifesto
Help us shape the manifesto: your feedback and ideas needed
We’d like to know what you think should be included in the people’s manifesto for democracy and sustainable development.
If you’re not able to add your ideas at one of the consultation stalls we’ll be running (see www.fdsd.org/manifesto for news updates), you can tell us by answering the questions on this page.
Please fill in as much or as little as you’d like.
We’ve divided the questions into three areas:
- Ideas that work for democracy and sustainable development, and
- Your manifesto – words or phrases that you’d like to see included
If there’s something else you’d like us to consider as we develop the manifesto, just send us an email via manifesto at fdsd dot org.
We’ll take everything into account, but your ideas need to reach us by the end of November 2012.
A. What’s the bottom line?
Principles for democracy and sustainable development
Principles set out the basic ideas that need to be respected to deliver change on the ground.
We’ve come up with six initial ideas on Principles for democracy and sustainable development.
We need your help to improve them, to add to them, and to work out which ones are useful and which aren’t.
Tell us if you agree with them or not in the spaces below. And if you have suggestions for alternatives, please add your suggestions in the spaces provided.