[OSGeo-Discuss] The Pledge – I support Open Principles for Science and Education for building a better world for everyone
Suchith.Anand at nottingham.ac.uk
Sun Jun 18 09:03:46 PDT 2017
Please find below the draft of the pledge for supporting Open Principles for Science and Education for building a better world for everyone. Please add/modify as needed and send your ideas/inputs and we should aim to have the pledge wording confirmed by July 1st 2017.
I would also like to request those working on the new OSGeo website to to help us setup a webform for the following pledge that we will be doing .
The Pledge – I support Open Principles for Science and Education for building a better world for everyone
“I believe Science is a public good and quality education opportunities should be open for everyone forever.
I will work to eliminate the digital divide and empower all as full citizens and contribute to building up Open Knowledge for the benefit of the whole society and for our future generations.
I will contribute my service for the betterment of humanity as the key guiding principle and work towards the vision of the UN 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development for building a better world for everyone.
I will contribute to build up Open Knowledge for the benefit of the whole society and for our future generations.
I will be the voice for Open Principles in Science and Education in my institution/country and promote this pledge through my networks”
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