Social Conscience – A sense of responsibility or concern for the problems and injustices of society. Social conscience is concerned with the broader institutions of society and the gap that we may perceive between the sort of society that should exist and the real society that does exist.

Everyone is a human being – Everyone matters, no matter where you come from or your culture, religious, ethnic, gender, sexuality or class position in society, we are all the same underneath. The same respect, peace and love should be equal to all and not just the chosen few.

Being happy – Our aim is that all people should lead a happy and healthy balanced life, we aim to see people content, positive and in a good frame of mind to life satisfaction and a good sense of wellbeing and to live the life that they want, and to be themselves.

Fairness – To treat people equally or in a way that is right or responsible and free from bias or injustice evenhandedness.


Empowerment – The process of becoming stronger and more confident, especially in controlling one’s life and claiming one’s rights.

Integrity – To have moral and ethical principles, soundness of moral character, honesty, the state of being whole, entire or undiminished.

Respect – Admiration felt or shown for someone or something that you believe to be a good idea or quality.

Honesty – The quality of being honest, uprightness and fairness, truthfulness, sincerity or frankness.

Inclusivity – Providing equal access to opportunities and resources for people who might otherwise be excluded or marginalised, such as those with physical or mental disabilities or belonging to any other minority groups.