A new set of rights we demand...

...and commit to uphold, a common standard of values and actions to which all people in web3 are entitled. By enacting these rights, web3 can become what it promises to be; an inclusive space for all that elevates the future of tech, work, community, and self. These rights have been curated through the analysis of Protein’s Anecdotal Archives Transcripts, highlighting key points our interview subjects raised, and translating them to a need they outlined that would make web3 feel more inclusive.
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THE RIGHT TO PLAY

THE RIGHT TO EXPERIMENT

THE RIGHT TO REST

THE RIGHT TO MOVE SLOWLY 

THE RIGHT TO IMAGINE

THE RIGHT TO DREAM

THE RIGHT TO DECLINE EMOTIONAL LABOUR 

THE RIGHT TO EMBRACE FAILURE

THE RIGHT TO REFLECT

THE RIGHT TO REALIGN AND TAKE UR TIME DOING SO

THE RIGHT TO SHOW UP

THE RIGHT TO PRIORITISE UR MENTAL HEALTH AND PSYCHOLOGICAL WELL BEING

THE RIGHT TO BALANCE

THE RIGHT TO HARMONY

THE RIGHT TO AUTONOMY 

THE RIGHT TO FAIR COMPENSATION

THE RIGHT TO CREATIVITY

THE RIGHT TO PROTECT

THE RIGHT TO LOOK AFTER YOUR PHYSICAL BODY

THE RIGHT TO SPIRITUALITY 

THE RIGHT TO EXPAND UR MIND 

THE RIGHT TO INNER PEACE

THE RIGHT TO CREATE CONSCIOUS CHANGE

THE RIGHT TO RITUALS 

THE RIGHT TO DEFINE UR OWN RELATIONSHIP WITH TECH

THE RIGHT TO SET BOUNDARIES

THE RIGHT TO EXPRESS YOURSELF HOWEVER U LIKE

THE RIGHT TO PROTECT YOUR IDENTITY 

THE RIGHT TO COLLABORATE

THE RIGHT TO SUPPORT

THE RIGHT TO BE SUPPORTED

THE RIGHT TO REMAIN SCEPTICAL 

THE RIGHT TO INVOLVE INDIGENOUS PRACTICES

THE RIGHT TO AGENCY

THE RIGHT TO ACCESS A SUPPORT NETWORK 

THE RIGHT TO SAFER SPACES

THE RIGHT TO LANGUAGE

THE RIGHT TO KNOWLEDGE

THE RIGHT TO REPRESENTATION

THE RIGHT TO CELEBRATE YOUR IDENTITY 

THE RIGHT TO CONVERSATION

THE RIGHT TO SHARE

THE RIGHT TO EQUITY 

THE RIGHT TO TRANSPARENCY 

THE RIGHT TO BE CAUGHT UP / BOUGHT UP TO DATE

THE RIGHT TO SURVIVE

THE RIGHT TO A COMMUNITY OF CARE 

THE RIGHT TO STAY TRUE TO INTENTIONS

THE RIGHT TO CONSCIOUSNESS RAISING

THE RIGHT TO EMPATHY 

THE RIGHT TO DIFFERENT LIVED EXPERIENCES

THE RIGHT TO ACCESSIBLE EDUCATION

THE RIGHT TO FEEL SAFE

THE RIGHT FEEL COMFORTABLE

THE RIGHT TO FEEL CONFIDENT

THE RIGHT TO FEEL NURTURED

THE RIGHT TO NURTURE 

THE RIGHT TO NOT BE EXPLOITED 

THE RIGHT TO BE RAISED UP 

THE RIGHT TO USE YOUR VOICE

THE RIGHT TO RAISE OTHERS’ VOICES UP

THE RIGHT TO BE PART OF A COMMUNITY AND FEEL LIKE U BELONG 

THE RIGHT TO CONSENT 

THE RIGHT TO BE VISIBLE, OR INVISIBLE 

THE RIGHT TO BE PERCEIVED HOW YOU INTEND

THE RIGHT TO NOT BE PERCEIVED 

THE RIGHT TO HEAL 

THE RIGHT TO TRAUMA INFORMED SPACES

THE RIGHT TO INSTIGATE (POSITIVE) CHANGE 

THE RIGHT TO PARTICIPATE

THE RIGHT TO DECIDE 

THE RIGHT TO MOBILITY

THE RIGHT TO MOBILISE OUR FEELINGS

THE RIGHT TO EMBRACE THE GLITCH 

THE RIGHT TO CREATE SPACE

THE RIGHT TO BE INVOLVED (AS MUCH AS U LIKE)

THE RIGHT TO THRIVE

THE RIGHT TO HAVE NEEDS

THE RIGHT TO DESIRE 

THE RIGHT TO BE GENTLE 

THE RIGHT TO RESPECT AND BE RESPECTED 

THE RIGHT TO BE LEGIBLE 

THE RIGHT TO LEAVE YOUR ECHO CHAMBER 

THE RIGHT TO NOT BE TECHNICAL 

THE RIGHT TO A BETTER, SAFER INTERNET

THE RIGHT TO BUILD THE FUTURE 

THE RIGHT TO FIND YOUR PLACE 

THE RIGHT TO BUILD BRIDGES (WHILE CROSSING)

THE RIGHT TO YOUR OWN NARRATIVE 

THE RIGHT TO EVOLVE 

THE RIGHT TO AUTHENTIC AND MEANINGFUL CONNECTION

THE RIGHT TO BE AN ACTIVIST 

THE RIGHT TO BELONG

THE RIGHT TO BE SEEN AND HEARD 

THE RIGHT TO PLAN AND PREPARE

THE RIGHT TO THREAT MODEL 

THE RIGHT TO TURN OFF AND TAKE A BREAK 

THE RIGHT TO RE-EVALUATE

THE RIGHT TO HAVE A HOLIDAY 

THE RIGHT TO HAVE BELIEFS 

THE RIGHT TO OWNERSHIP OF YOUR BELIEFS

THE RIGHT TO BE ANONYMOUS 

THE RIGHT TO PRIVACY 

THE RIGHT TO BE REALISTIC 

THE RIGHT TO OPEN DOORS FOR OTHERS AND HAVE THE DOOR OPENED FOR U 

THE RIGHT TO BE OPEN

THE RIGHT TO WARMTH 

THE RIGHT TO BE WELCOMED

THE RIGHT TO BE ENCOURAGED AND TO ENCOURAGE 

THE RIGHT TO BE HUMAN

THE RIGHT TO RECIPROCITY 

THE RIGHT TO HAVE YOUR PERSPECTIVE

THE RIGHT TO EQUAL CHANCES AND OPPORTUNITIES 

THE RIGHT TO DO WHAT YOU LOVE 

THE RIGHT TO MANAGE YOUR TIME

THE RIGHT TO FOCUS ON YOUR PASSIONS

THE RIGHT TO DIVERSE HIRING 

THE RIGHT TO EXPLORE OUTSIDE OF YOUR COMFORT ZONE 

THE RIGHT TO REMAIN SLOW

THE RIGHT TO TRUST

THE RIGHT TO BE TRUSTED 

THE RIGHT TO MOVE WITH INTENTION

THE RIGHT TO MOVE AT UR OWN PACE

THE RIGHT TO DOCUMENT UR OWN HISTORY 

THE RIGHT TO PRIORITISE 

THE RIGHT TO LEGACY

THE RIGHT TO THINK OF THE FUTURE 

THE RIGHT TO FAMILIARITY 

THE RIGHT TO UNDERSTAND

THE RIGHT TO BE UNDERSTOOD

THE RIGHT TO ACCESSIBLE LANGUAGE

THE RIGHT TO HAVE A GOAL / MISSION

THE RIGHT TO CURATE

THE RIGHT TO MEET IRL

THE RIGHT TO TRUST UR GUT 

THE RIGHT TO FEEL AT HOME

THE RIGHT TO MAKE PEOPLE FEEL AT HOME

THE RIGHT TO RESILIENCE

THE RIGHT TO RECEPTIVENESS

THE RIGHT TO INTERNAL DIALOGUE

THE RIGHT TO PATIENCE

THE RIGHT TO BE DIFFERENT

THE RIGHT TO PERSONALISED EDUCATION

THE RIGHT TO LEARN DIFFERENTLY 

THE RIGHT TO SELF REALISATION

THE RIGHT TO FREEDOM

THE RIGHT TO LIBERATION

THE RIGHT TO INTROSPECTION

THE RIGHT TO SACRED SPACES FOR ARTISTS

THE RIGHT TO BE VALUED

THE RIGHT TO BE RECOGNISED

THE RIGHT TO GO OUTSIDE

THE RIGHT TO DETACH

THE RIGHT TO PREPARE

THE RIGHT TO RECUPERATE

THE RIGHT TO STAND UP FOR WHAT U BELIEVE IN

THE RIGHT TO COLLECTIVITY

THE RIGHT TO RAISE AWARENESS

THE RIGHT TO SUPPORT YOUR FAMILY

THE RIGHT TO PRIORITISE YOUR FAMILY 

THE RIGHT TO SPEND TIME WITH UR FAMILY