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F. Diversity and Egalitarianism - JO is nonexclusive and values equality; it is driven by various people towards a shared objective. G. Caliber - JO excels and doesn’t settle for mediocrity.
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ART. III. Declaration of Principles and Organization Policies §1. JO is democratic and republican. Sovereignty resides in the Fellows and all administrative authority emanates from them. §2. JO is non-discriminative and egalitarian. The Organization shall not condone discrimination, either implicitly or explicitly, and shall actively discourage discrimination on any such basis. The Organization shall be strongly and actively committed to increasing diversity, maintaining equality and promoting individual empowerment by providing equal opportunity within the Organization, and fostering an open and working environment free from harassment, bodily and mental degradation, and disgrace. §3. JO actively pursues the fellowship and officership, and active participation of all bona fide students of Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, Major in Legal Management, as well as, on balance, encourages other bona fide students in the Holy Angel University- School of Business and Accountancy to the same fellowship and officership. §4. The prime duty of the incumbent administration is to serve the fellows. The administration must attend to the concerns of the fellows regardless if dissenting or critical to the decisions of the administration and must mutually agree with an amicable settlement, moreover, JO must consume most of its resources on projects and activities intended to benefit the fellows and JO. §5. JO adopts and implements a policy of full disclosure of all its transactions and information involving the interest of the fellows subject to reasonable conditions and limitations relating to matters of strategic relevance or as prescribed by an Official Resolution. §6. JO adheres to the generally accepted laws and principles of the Philippines, to the most recent edition of the HAU College Student Handbook and to related documents released by the Office of Student Services and Affairs (OSSA) that are just and applicable to JO and/ or its Fellows.
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§7. JO renounces aggression, destructive competition or partisanship, and therefore works for responsible representation in its relationship with various entities existing within and outside the university. §8. JO provides the environment for the full development of a student’s capability and the emergence of communication structures suitable to the needs and aspirations of JO and its fellows. ART. IV. Fellowship Practice §1. Member and membership are referred to in JO as Fellow and Fellowship, respectively. §2. Fellowship in the Organization shall not be denied because of color, race, national origin, age, seniority, gender, sexual orientation, height, weight, familial, marital or parental status, physical, mental, emotional or learning disabilities, political persuasion, organizational affiliation, religion, and academic degree or major.
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