- We are committed to the social model of disability and an inter-sectional approach to our oppression and identities
- We believe in positive effective advocacy
- We do not abuse or use our positions as a means to achieve
- We believe in autonomy and self determination
- We believe in equality and accesibility within our own movements.
- We are proud of who we are as disabled women, girls and non binary people.
- We are committed to the continual process of challenging power and privileges, internally and externally
- We believe in the self definition of identity and commit to not policing our identities
- We expect accessibility
- We recognise, accept and challenge all ableism – including internalised ableism
- We ensure credit is given to other disabled women for their ideas, involvement, contributions and work
- We will be heard.