HopeWays believes that our society's most important assets are its human resources. We uphold all cultural, intellectual and spiritual activities, so long as they do not promote intolerance of others.
HopeWays strives to foster national and social solidarity by encouraging the various communities in our society to freely develop their distinct identities. The wide range of ethnic, cultural, artistic and spiritual communities create together a wonderful mosaic that can only enrich our lives.
HopeWays holds that true solidarity should emerge from real equality and mutual respect. The right to be equal must mean the right to be different. Unity must not mean uniformity. Free communities of free individuals are the building blocks of a free country, which then becomes the "Community of Communities".

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