Name of the value: The right to protest and act for change for the people
Definition: Democratic People’s Republic of Korea is directly influenced by the Workers’ Party of Korea and the Workers’ Party of Korea should take Koreans’ thoughts and words into consideration.
Explanation of how this value regulates practices: It allows people to have a voice for themselves and as a country.
Examples/Explanations: If the dictator decides to create a big tax law, the people should have the right to protest and share their opinion.
Connections to Sarvodaya, Swadeshi, and/or Swaraj: Sarvodaya is connected because the people are brought into thought and they are given power.
Name of value: Any kind of dictator/total ruler is prohibited.
Definition: A person cannot be brought into total control over Korea’s land, culture, economy, people, or the whole country itself.
Explanation of how this value regulates practices: A person should be elected by the people and through voting, therefore giving Koreans a chance to choose.
Examples/Explanations: For example, if someone tries to come in and take rule, the people have the right to overthrow/impeach them.
Connections to Sarvodaya, Swadeshi, and/or Swaraj: This value connects with both Sarvodaya and Swadeshi because the people have the power and authority to decide who comes into power.
Name of value: The culture of society may be changed based on individual/foreign influences.
Definition: Any influence from outside societies are open and can be inherited in anyway by the people.
Explanation of how this value regulates practices: People can be diverse and they’re able to choose how they want to live or live by.
Examples/Explanations: The state/country is prohibited from deciding/enforcing the culture of people’s lives.
Connections to Sarvodaya, Swadeshi, and/or Swaraj: Swadeshi, Sarvodaya, and Swaraj all play a factor in this value. The people are able to have a voice for their own morals and they have raised status in their own society.