With the choice of Asgardia's pearls, we often have to focus evaluations on the meaning of "good governance" or "bad management." In this regard, what is the term "good governance" in Asgardia? Under management, I mean a set of requirements that correspond to the agenda of Asgardia, since "good governance" means many different things in many different contexts.
What methods and approaches will Asghardia choose?
The United Nations widely used methodology for evaluating "good governance" takes into account the key values of different approaches:
Values of the legal approach
Rule of law (rule of law) - the existence of fair laws and the effective protection of human rights, especially for democratic minorities.
Equality and non-discrimination (equity and inclusiveness) is an equal approach to all citizens.
Values of the political approach
Participation is the participation of citizens in the process of making state decisions, both directly and through civil society organizations
Responsiveness - administrative processes in a reasonable time ensure involvement and enable participation of all stakeholders.
Consensus-oriented (consensus-oriented) - mediation mechanisms and other means are used to achieve general agreement when making decisions in the interests of all members of society.
Values of the managerial approach
Effectiveness and effectiveness - the authorities produce results that meet public expectations, while at the same time making the best use of the resources at their disposal, taking care of the reproduction of these resources.
Universal Organizational Values
Will Asgardia use the methods of assessing the "quality management" of the UN?