shared values

shared values

A UK phrase for the theoretical underpinnings of a system which promotes good medical practice by providing a common set of values and principles within which to work.
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Spencer has hailed India for peacefully resolving maritime border disputes and said the relationship between two countries is based on shared values and desire to preserve peace and stability in the Indo-Pacific region and across the seas.
We can either be defined by events and external factors or seek own shared values (principles) that keep us united and on-path towards our collective goal.
With participation of more than 30 researchers and thinkers from outside the Sultanate, the conference discussed over three days the themes of identity, global awareness, citizenship, shared values, global dialogue and coexistence with others in the time of pluralism, globalization, social integration and representation.
TEESSIDE residents are invited to contribute to an ongoing debate about shared values in society.
SHARED values are what engender trust and link an organisation together.
Brown has been at pains to make clear the importance he attaches to the special relationship with the US, stressing the shared values and history the two countries share.
In Carey's words, conservatives "believe that shared values, morals, and standards, along with accepted traditions, are necessary for the order and stability of society" and that some restrictions on individual freedom, including censorship, may be needed to preserve this social cohesion.
At the top of Obama's shared values matrix is his Christian faith, his heterosexual family, the American flag, and the Democratic Party.
Shared values also have a lot to do with gaining trust.
American assistance programs are a crucial tool to help these transition countries become stronger partners with shared values.
The Earth Charter is the product of a worldwide, cross-cultural, interfaith dialogue on common goals and shared values that has been conducted as a civil society initiative.
Speaking in the shared values of both fairness and safety will be important, as many people will be likely to continue their support for racial profiling and may even turn a blind eye to hate crimes if they feel that their safety is otherwise at stake.

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