Members of the academic network accept and publicly manifest the following principles in their actions:

1.   Autonomy - academic institutions, male and female workers enjoy the freedom of organization and performance of scientific-research work and artistic creativity, as well as the right to choose methods of interpretation of teaching and scientific-artistic content and the freedom to create study programs. The premises of universities, higher education and scientific institutions are inviolable.

2.   Chastity - members of the Network are committed to research integrity in planning, implementing and publishing research results; teacher honesty in mentoring work, work with students and other colleagues in teaching; professional honesty, which is reflected in the correct interpretation of research results in public action and respect for the dignity of other persons.

3.   Solidarity - members of the Network act individually and jointly in a way that strengthens collegiality and connections among members of the academic community, encouraging solidarity and the possibility of joint action in order to improve the conditions of academic work. Members of the Network will protect the dignity, integrity and professional status of their colleagues.

4.   Freedom of critical thinking - members of the Network defend freedom of opinion and public expression and point to events or processes that violate them; foster a culture of expressing critical or different opinions both in scientific work and in public activity; their action strengthens the critical voice of science and the profession for the purpose of developing a democratic, inclusive and solidary society.

5.   Publicity and transparency - members of the Network advocate for the publicity of academic work and transparency in the adoption and implementation of public policies and contribute to their effective implementation with their engagement.

6.   Social Responsibility - members of the Network use their expertise, according to their own affinities, for active participation in public debates and contribute to the critical assessment of social problems, the formulation of public policies and the protection of public goods.