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- is an independent, public interest, not-for-profit; a counter to the corporate media
- champions human rights
- seeks out and debates forms of democratic change
- delights in good ideas vigorously debated and argument backed by investigation
- critiques vested interests
- supports pluralist inclusion without populism and tries to a give voice to those marginalised
- tries neither to blink at the crisis of government nor cultivate alarmism
- opposes fundamentalisms, including market fundamentalism

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