5. Transition to a society of shared knowledge and democratic communication

5. Transition to a society of shared knowledge and democratic communication in
order to:
- Consider and evaluate knowledge and the capacity to generate it, as well as to
share it, as a common heritage of humanity.
- Prevent control of intellectual resources, the media and communication
systems by large multinational corporations and/or political parties and support
media by the people and for the people.
- Prevent the manipulation of the emerging information and communication
society, giving access and control to all.
- Promote more open models of multidisciplinary scientific research and
exchange of knowledge.
- Prioritise the right to health and life, and the right of all people to receive
adequate healthcare and medical treatment, as opposed to paying royalties on
medical patents.