We are committed to pluralist and open discussion, which underpins collective decision-making, ownership, and responsibility.
Equality and Equity
We recognise the rights and freedoms of every person, regardless of where they live or who they are.
Our struggles are interconnected. They require an intersectional, anti-imperialist and anti-colonialist movement that is rooted in class politics and leverages state power.
People are a part of nature, we need to restore and recognise that interconnectedness and end biodiversity loss through habitat destruction and degradation.
We promote systems of connection and support within our organisation and in our local communities, as well as at the national and international levels.
We are committed to non-hierarchical and partnership approaches in our political activism.