Jerusalem Ethical Code – for the public domain
An ethical code can provide a code of conduct for areas of behaviour that are not regulated by law. Ethical codes are adopted by businesses, communities, institutions, and elective bodies.
The complexity of life in the city of Jerusalem is often heightened by cultural clashes between religions, ethnicities, political camps, and others.
Green Pilgrim Jerusalem has set a goal to prepare an ethical code for the public domain, which will be the product of a consultation process, conducted initially within each stakeholder group in the city, but will ultimately bring representatives of the groups together in order to reach an agreed and shared ethical code.
The ethical code will address many issues such as: littering, language and conduct in the public domain, respect for heritage sites and holy places, Modest dress in holy sites and religious neighborhoods, vandalism, pluralism
The list of stakeholder groups is long and diverse: senior citizens, youth, religious, secular, new comers to the city, veterans, different ethnicities, Muslim communities, Jewish communities, Christian communities, Women, Academics. The beforementioned are only some examples of identifiable stakeholder groups.
Contact us if you would like to represent a stakeholder group in the city of Jerusalem and to be part of the process of creating an ethical code for Jerusalem public domain.