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Guiding Principles

FAFEN upholds the following Principles and Values in the performance of its work, public interactions and organizational procedures and process:

  1. Inclusion: TDEA/FAFEN believes in inclusion as the basis for strengthening democratization, and therefore, encourages greater participation of all stakeholders particularly the marginalized in its work.
  2. Integration: TDEA/FAFEN believes in partnerships and networks as critical in integrating and strengthening voices of citizens and their associations for civil liberties, improved governance, democracy and peace in Pakistan.
  3. Neutrality: TDEA/FAFEN does not support any political party.
  4. Transparency: TDEA/FAFEN procedures and processes maximize organizational transparency.
  5. Accountability: TDEA/FAFEN is open to public accountability of its governance, work, performance and conduct.
  6. Objectivity: TDEA/FAFEN gives primacy to robust methodologies and information based on facts and/or credible research and evidence as a cornerstone to its processes, programming, public positions and advocacy.
  7. Rule of Law: TDEA/FAFEN adheres to the all provisions in the constitution, law, rules and regulations in vogue in the country that are not in violation of civil and political liberties.
  8. Non-Discrimination: TDEA/FAFEN does not discriminate and condone discrimination on the basis of caste, color, ethnicity, creed, gender, religion, political, geographical or linguistic background, marital status, sexual orientation, age or physical disability, etc.
  9. Best Practices: TDEA/FAFEN enhances its organizational competence by incorporating best program and management practices and standards.
  10. Commitment to Democracy: TDEA/FAFEN practices democratic decision-making processes in its management and programs.