The right of all people and their communities to be treated with justice, love, compassion, and respect, and their responsibility to treat others likewise.
The obligation of communities to care and share with their people, ensuring that basic needs are met.
The right of all people to adequate access to basic resources, to full participation in the life and decision-making of their communities.
The right of all people and communities to adequate access to the resources necessary for full lives, including access to worthwhile work, fair employment considerations, and our communal responsibilities to use such resources responsibly.
The right of all people, communities, and institutions to fair fiscal treatment and the responsibility of all to contribute fairly for the well-being of all.
The obligation of communities to practise responsible stewardship of the earth and its environment, so that creation might be preserved for generations to come.
Highlights from ISARC’s religious leaders forum at Queen’s Park on November 18, 2015