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CW_PRN_00Should both represent the essence of the rule as well as be easy to remember. Avoid ambiguous words in the Name and in the Statement.Should succinctly and unambiguously communicate the fundamental rule. It is vital that the principles statement be unambiguous.Should highlight the benefits of adhering to the principle. Also describe the relationship to other principles, and the intentions regarding a balanced interpretation. Describe situations where one principle would be given precedence or carry more weight than another for making a decision.Should highlight the requirements (think for all domains of CivicWise*) for carrying out the principle - in terms of resources, costs, and activities/tasks. The reader should readily discern the answer to: "How does this affect me?" It is important not to oversimplify, trivialise, or judge the merit of the impact.GeneralOpen Architecture Grouplevm
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CW_PRN_00Empathy principleThe behaviour may be "you put yourself in other people's shoes to see things from their perspective".The implication could be that projects need to start with understanding people's perspectives before developing solutions to solve problems. This may mean that what you discover on the ground builds on but also may contradict the initial gut feeling or idea you have for a project. That means that Civicwise may invest in helping people understand and listen to other people's perspectives (ie using the engagement protocol).Generaldiscoursenoelito
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CW_PRN_00opennessassociated behaviours of being generous in sharing your resources, insights & experiences with others and learning from others. The implication of this is that your actions will be improved through opening them up for feedback, but having your idea challenged can be difficult for people, so developing ways for people to share in trustworthy environments is a resource Civicwise may choose to focus on.Generaldiscoursenoelito
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CW_PRN_00principle of right to civic whistleblowingcivicdiscourserita/noelito
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