We believe that only through knowledge and understanding can humanity achieve peace. We seek to always approach every problem free from bias and with an unassailable clarity of thought.


We believe in doing what's right even when it's not popular. We don't side with any particular nation, state, religion, political belief, color, or creed. We stand with humanity and have the courage to say that everyone should be able to live their lives with freedom, dignity, and safety from abuse. 


We believe that "Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere" and that's why we support activists both in the United States and abroad. Without the equal protection and application of "Just Laws" no society can safeguard its citizens and provide the fertile ground needed to encourge their development.


We believe that extremism is the path to self-destruction. We have not, do not, and will never work with extremists, with those who encourage hate, or with those that enable hate. We follow the humanitarian principles rooted in International Humanitarian Law and require that all of our partners who are doing humanitarian work internationally do the same. Those principles are humanity, neutrality, impartiality, and independence.