A Community Charter (Falkirk, UK)

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Ressource(s) objet de commun : Patrimoine culturel Biodiversité 
Enjeu(x) : Démocratie participative Co-creation 
Action(s) : Charte 
Résultat(s) attendu(s) : Communs urbains 

Métadonnées

Auteur(s) Community Councils and residents of Falkirk
Producteur(s) Community Chartering
Langue du contenu EN
Fait partie de Atlas des chartes des communs
Média Texte
URL de diffusion http://wiki.remixthecommons.org/images/Community charter Falkirk.pdf
Pays UK,
Contributeur(s) CARLISLE Isabel, RAHMAN Mothiur, DAVIS Lucy
Type de licence CC-BY-NC-SA

This charter was co-created by the Community Councils and the residents/communities of Larbert, Stenhousemuir and Torwood; Avonbridge and Standburn; Bo'ness; and Shieldhill and California with the facilitation of the association known as Community Chartering. This charter represents general initiatives that range from food food security, cultural heritage, and environmental aesthetics, which means that it covers all forms of quality-of-life among its residents. It cites, "We declare our Cultural Heritage to be the sum total of the local tangible and intangible assets we have collectively agreed to be fundamental to the health and well-being of our present and future generations. These constitute an inseparable ecological and socio-cultural fabric that sustains life, and which provides us with the solid foundations for building and celebrating our homes, families, community and legacy within a healthy, diverse, beautiful and safe natural environment."

This charter has a legal status, and therefore citizens have the right and the access to use the legal tools available to pursue direct action on the initiative. It doesn't specify the date it was written, but it is still in effect today.

La charte de Falkirk est un document élaborée avec Community Chartering avec les communautés de Larbert, Stenhousemuir and Torwood; Avonbridge and Standburn; Bo'ness; and Shieldhill and California,

La charte de Falkirk est divisée en 5 parties :

1 DECLARATION, de l'importance de la préservation du patrimoine culturel (Cultural Heritage).
2 OUR ASSETS, présente les ressources tangibles et intangibles qui constituent le patrimoine culturel de la communauté.
3 DEFINITIONS: Assets, Cultural Heritage, Ecosystem, Natural Communitie, Participatory Planning, Precautionary Principle, and Sustainable Development.
4 BASIC RIGHTS AND RESPONSIBILITIES
4.1 Article 1: Basic Right to Self Agency
4.2 Article 2: Basic Responsibility
4.3 Article 3: Principles for Participatory Planning
4.4 Article 4: Right to Peaceful and Civil Preventative Representation
5 FRAMEWORK AND CONTEXT présente 11 principles à respecter
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ENGLISH

This charter was co-created by the Community Councils and the residents/communities of Larbert, Stenhousemuir and Torwood; Avonbridge and Standburn; Bo'ness; and Shieldhill and California with the facilitation of the association known as Community Chartering. This charter represents general initiatives that range from food food security, cultural heritage, and environmental aesthetics, which means that it covers all forms of quality-of-life among its residents. It cites, "We declare our Cultural Heritage to be the sum total of the local tangible and intangible assets we have collectively agreed to be fundamental to the health and well-being of our present and future generations. These constitute an inseparable ecological and socio-cultural fabric that sustains life, and which provides us with the solid foundations for building and celebrating our homes, families, community and legacy within a healthy, diverse, beautiful and safe natural environment." This charter has a legal status, and therefore citizens have the right and the access to use the legal tools available to pursue direct action on the initiative.

This charter is divided into 5 parts, which are 1. Declaration (the importance of the preservation of cultural heritage) 2. Our Assets (Presentation of the tangible and intangible resources that constitute the cultural heritage of the community) 3. Definitions (Assets, Cultural Heritage, Ecosystem, Natural Communities, Participatory Planning, Precautionary Principle, and Sustainable Development), and 5. Basic Rights and Responsibilities (In jurisdictional articles which are, Article 1: Basic Right to Self Agency, Article 2: Basic Responsibility, Article 3: Principles for Participatory Planning, Article 4: Right to Peaceful and Civil Preventative Representation). It doesn't specify the date it was written, but it is still in effect today.