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  1. Universal right

    Science es a global public good an access to it is a global right.

  2. Equity, diversity and multilingualism

    Science is inclusive, multilingual, accessible, reusable, and collaborative.

  3. Scholar property and human heritage

    Scientific output is scholar property and is the human heritage derived from society development and progress.

  4. Recognition and assessment

    Certifying, research and financing entities must acknowledge, assess, and drive noncommercial means of scientific knowledge production and dissemination.

  5. Collaboration

    Interaction and collaboration among noncommercial agents, scientific publications and open infrastructures is necessary to build an ecosystem of public goods.