Additional considerations

People presenting proposals should also consider the following guidelines:

  • Timing: The proposals must be planned to be executed in the course of the six months following the voting period in which they are presented.

  • Legal Compliance: Proposals should adhere to all applicable laws and regulations. This includes avoiding any activities or initiatives that are illegal or unethical.

  • Non-discrimination: Proposals should not discriminate against individuals or groups based on race, ethnicity, gender, religion, age, or any other protected characteristic. Encourage fairness and equal opportunity.

  • Respectful Communication: Proposals should promote respectful and professional communication. This includes avoiding offensive or inflammatory language, personal attacks, and disrespectful behavior.

  • Ethical Considerations: Proposals should take into account ethical considerations, such as ensuring the safety and well-being of individuals involved, respecting privacy, and considering the environmental impact.

  • Non-political: To maintain focus on our project goals, avoid proposals that are directly related to politics or that promote any specific political agenda.

  • Budget and Financial Responsibility: Proposals should include a realistic budget and demonstrate financial responsibility. This involves accurate cost estimates, transparency in financial management, and avoiding wasteful or extravagant expenditures.

  • Feasibility and Impact: Proposals should be feasible, practical, and have a clear impact on our intended goals. Consider including criteria that assess the viability and potential success of the proposed project.

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