Our Primary Purpose is to help others practice Veganism.
Our presence as a Network depends upon putting our Common Cause 1st, or Principals before Personality. GVL is a collective conscience made up of autonomous Content Creators, with Content Creators valued above the Content Management System.
GoVegan.Life must remain motivated by compassion only, forever free of economic influence to maintain the integrity of the Network’s primary purpose.
- Free public portal access
- $ must never trade hands
- Product Free
- Freedom from public or private financing including grant/loan/credit/capital and so on…
- Donation Free
- License Free
- Non GMO
Advocates may sell and market through their own sites. GVL does not endorse.
The essential requirement for inclusion in the GVL Network is existence and a reasonable benefit to Veganism.
Our versatile approach naturally includes entities with a common sense relation to universal Vegan philosophies such as Animal Rights, and Environmental concerns.
GVL is a collaborative portal designed and operated by volunteers. The potential for inclusion and contribution is enormous and encouraged.
When presented with an opportunity, Vegan Advocates inherently posses a powerful proclivity to support each other and achieve their common cause.
* GVL may or may not receive extremely conditional SaaS or Pro-Bono like works to the ultimate benefit of the Network per se, as opposed to individual(s). When the cause requires we may enlist volunteers for specialty projects which may or may not require professional aptitude.
GVL Is Public Domain
GVL’s intellectual construction and derivatives, wholly separate from Network Advocates intellectual property per se (who retain ownership of their content) is entirely Public Domain and License Free.
GVL agrees that the dictating factor regarding judgment of fair use w/respect to represented entities, and content, as well as its own intellectual property and distribution, as intent, in concurrence with U.S. Code › Title 17 › Chapter 1 › § 107 (to the further degree that such property is beneficial to sentient being populations, and humanity at large)
Furthermore we consider licensing as an institution in general as archaic and discriminate, as such non conducive to the operational functioning necessary for Vegan Advocates to compete (economically and in a temporal sense) with resources available to profit based animal exploitation centered organizations.
Progress Not Perfection
We are syncretic, non judgmental, and disavow divisive dogmas. GVL nature is nurture, and more positive than negative.
We don’t say you’re wrong…we say join us. Fight for them with us…tooth and nail. Stand in their corner, and love the underdog.
Veganism, we believe, absolutely denounces violence, discrimination, hate speech, and separatism. That being said the GoVegan.Life (GVL) Network holds Free Speech, Freedom of Assembly, and Freedom of the Press liberties absolute and enduring.
Transparency with global audiences, the public in general and most importantly Network Advocates is key to our enduring viability.
We do not seek to measure proprietary or non public advocate information. We are an existing whole, and would like to share our operations as a whole entity, and therefore essential GVL performance will be reflected on the home page ie, platforms and visits.
From inception GoVegan.Life will strive for growth, and the evolution of our collective conscience.
- The structure and potential of our collaborative network is infinite and boundless as life. Compassionate humanity, diverse geographical elements and dynamic ideologies contribute to the overall make up and direction of the network collectively with our primary purpose as our guide.
UNESCO (United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization) Universal Declaration of Animal Rights 17-10-1978
UDHR Article 19:
Everyone has the right to freedom of opinion and expression; this right includes freedom to hold opinions without interference and to seek, receive and impart information and ideas through any media and regardless of frontiers.
U.S. Constitution: Ammendment I:
Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the government for a redress of grievances.