1st Activation Policy
This proposal aims to give viability to the Governance of Gaia Commons Union DHE & GLocal Initiative DHE and its Voting Power as stated in the Gaia Game Guide.
The proposal is to initiate elections through "Certifications of Confidence" (CoC) as follows: The first 3 natural persons and/or representatives of organizations that Create and Conform the 3 Main Holons are consolidated as Gestating Members however they are governed by the same general agreements as any other member. Within this category we find mainly Central Council Members and/or Vision Guardians: Those who for their election must have at least 9 "certifications of trust" where they are nominated as General Managers and an overall score above 7.7 in the final sum of all areas.
The following 9 natural persons and/or representatives of organizations that make up the 3 Main Holons are consolidated as Co-Managing Members, however they are governed by the same "agreements" as any other member.
Within this category we find the Members of the Central Council and/or General Focusers. Those who for their election have to present at least 3 "Certifications of Trust" external members and at least 2 certifications of Managing Members, where they are nominated as General Managers, and an overall score above 7.77.
Consolidated as Co-Managing Members All other Persons or organizations that Manage or Co-Create within the Principal Holons are consolidated as Co-Managing Members but are governed by the same general agreements as any other member. Within this category are the Focusers and/or Vision Keepers of each Holon Created. Which for their Election must present: 3 Certifications of Gestating or Co-Gestating Members, where they are nominated as General Managers, or 9 Certifications where they are nominated as General Managers, and an overall score above 7.77.
Thus it is established that the 1st 3 General Managing Members are:
1. The degree of investment in time, experience and labor is directly proportional to the number of political rights and interference in decision making while maintaining equal opportunities for all.
This means that community members who invest more in the project have more political rights and a greater ability to influence decisions made in the community. The objective is to encourage greater participation and engagement of members in the project.
2. The rights to be heard, to dissent, to propose, and to establish mechanisms of consultation with a view to achieving the approval of the entire membership require that the right of voice has been conferred. The right to speak is acquired through the contributions, missions or seals that are conferred.
All members have the right to be heard and to propose ideas, but only those who have been recognized by the community as active contributors have the right to a voice. This means that members must have made significant contributions to the project before they can have an active role in decision making.
3. The right to speak does not mean the right to vote. The right to vote is conditioned to the time of work, participation, experience, commitment and contribution to the needs of the community. Once the right to vote has been acquired, this vote may be worth up to a maximum of ten votes.
Having the right to speak does not mean that members have the right to vote. Voting rights are earned through time, commitment and contributions to the project. In addition, one member's vote may be worth more than another's, depending on his or her history of contributions and activities.
4. All members are entitled to promotion within the community according to their recognition by the community members, contributions in time or work.
All members have the opportunity to move up within the community based on their contribution history and work time. This means that those members who demonstrate continued commitment and make significant contributions can advance within the community and gain more rights and responsibilities.
5. The reputation, suitability, prestige and social recognition of some members make them holders of the right to vote with binding force.
Those members who have proven their worth and have been recognized by the community as trustworthy and with a solid reputation may be entitled to vote according to their recognition. This means that their vote may carry more weight than other members.
6. Absolute transparency and accountability.
Transparency and accountability are essential to ensure the trust and credibility of the community. All members must be transparent in their actions and accountable for their decisions and contributions.
7. Clarity in the performance of roles, responsibilities and commitments to the authorities, individuals, communities and stakeholders involved in the project.
All members should have a clear understanding of their roles, responsibilities and commitments within the project.
8. Sensitivity and empathy for people's needs, concerns and interests.
The community must be committed to the society in which it operates, and be attentive to the needs and concerns of the people around it. It is necessary to take into account the interests of stakeholders and work together to achieve solutions that satisfy all parties. Empathy and mutual understanding are fundamental values that should guide the conduct of community members.
9. Absolute rejection of acts of public and private corruption.
Corruption is an evil that seriously affects society and the development of companies and organizations. Therefore, it is essential that the community is committed to not engage in any type of corrupt act, whether in the public or private sphere. We must act with transparency, ethics and honesty in all our activities, and reject any attempt at corruption.
10. No contribution to money laundering, drug trafficking, crime, criminal finances, illicit economies and financing of terrorism.
The community is committed to not participating in illicit activities that affect the security and stability of society. It must work to prevent and detect any attempts at money laundering, drug trafficking, crime, criminal finance, illicit economies and terrorist financing, and take measures to prevent these activities from taking place. The community must be an active player in the prevention of these crimes, working together with the authorities and society in general.
11. Respect for the law and regulations.
The community must act at all times within the framework of the law and established norms. National and international legislation must be respected, as well as the community's internal rules. Legality is a fundamental value that must guide the conduct of community members, and any deviation from this principle must be sanctioned.
Our organization is based on clear structures, with defined functions and actors linked to each of them.
The assignment of spheres, holons and roles corresponds and belongs to GAIA. Therefore, no person, group of persons or team can be separated from this condition.
Each person contributes in a specific way considering his or her individual functions and contributions, so that the harmonious collaboration and the coherence of our actions and work contribute to the achievement of common objectives.