Политика присоединения к Ауровилю от 2015 года

отредактировано 27.06.16 Раздел: Гостям Ауровиля
В апреле 2016 года Ассамблея жителей города приняла новую Политику присоединения к Ауровилю, которая обсуждалась в течение 2015 и 2016 годов.

Новым в процессе присоединения к городу станет то, что:

- каждого ньюкамера будут сопровождать в течение всего испытательного срока минимум 3 наставника-ауровильца, помогая лучше узнать Ауровиль;

- работа со Службой по приему и наставниками должна стать более радушной, без личной критической оценки искренности и готовности желающего стать ауровильцем. В первую очередь сам желающий на практике должен понять и осознать, что он, действительно, готов присоединиться к Ауровилю, на что и направлен испытательный ньюкамерский срок.

- оплата ежемесячного городского взноса больше не обязательна, как раньше, но очень желательна. По состоянию на май 2016 года размер взноса составляет 3 150 рупий.

Новую Политику приема можно скачать ниже.

Статья на сайте о процессе присоединения к Ауровилю также изменена.

Комментарии

  • Здравствуйте!
    В приложении В , упомянуты финансовая политика и политика взносов. Где можно прочитать эти документы?
    Спасибо.
  • отредактировано 15.12.16

    Shantymax, на русский язык эти документы не переведены.
    Нового варианта Политики взносов в электронном виде я не нашла, возможно, ее можно найти только в Бюджетном комитете (BCC). Поэтому выкладываю здесь Политику 2010 года с учетом правок, однако, о ее утверждении у меня нет информации, кроме того в ней приведены устаревшие на данный момент суммы.
    Финансовой политики я тоже не смогла найти в электронном виде.

    Work, Maintenance & Contribution Policy Proposal

    August 2010

    Work

    Aurovilians are expected to work within the Auroville framework. The Auroville framework is defined as officially recognized units (commercial or services), or activities that are operating under an Auroville Trust, any entity that has an Office Order, and any other activities that are operating under the Auroville Unity Fund or are recognized as a working group or a short term project.

    Maintenances

    1) Minimum Full Time Maintenance. The amount and components of the minimum full time maintenance (given to Aurovilians working a minimum of 35 hours a week) will be proposed by the Budget Coordination Committee and ratified by the FAMC.

    2) Flexible Maintenance. The amount of maintenance received should be linked to need and commitment. People who have a high commitment and a real need may receive more than the minimum full-time maintenance. Before finalizing a flexible maintenance policy the following needs to be agreed by the above groups:

    a) Criteria need to be developed to assess both commitment and need.

    b) A method for assessing who fits the criteria needs to be established.

    c) There should be a regular review of maintenances and adjustments should be made to reflect changes in commitment and/or need.

    d) The maintenance list for people receiving “supplemental” maintenance must be transparent.

    3) Routing of Maintenance. Maintenances must be routed through City Services.

    4) Equitable Distribution & Maximum Maintenance. To ensure an equitable distribution of available funds, maintenances should not exceed three times the full time maintenance provided by City Services. Maintenances provided by units should be within a reasonable ratio to unit profits and contributions.

    5) Components of Maintenance. Currently the basic full time maintenance provided by City Services includes the following:

    Cash 2,300
    Kind 3,500
    Pour Tous 1,000
    Lunch 860
    Health 280
    City Service Contribution 2,200
    Total 10,140

    Contributions

    Contributions from units (commercial or services), guests, and individuals constitute 94% of the budget for activities under City Services. These activities include: education, farms and forests, children maintenances and children’s nutrition, health, security, roads, cultural activities, housing, land protection, Matrimandir, village education, prosperity services, and social support. About 60% of these budgets are for maintenances, which we all acknowledge barely cover basic needs. In other words, the contributions are critical to run essential activities, while providing a very basic maintenance to those people providing these services.

    1) Commercial units, including production units under Auroville Activities, are expected to give a minimum contribution of 33% of net profit before contribution to City Services. At least 85% of this amount must be unspecified (previously this was 67%). Production units under Auroville Activities shall be treated like all other commercial units.

    2) Consultants. Consultants must either find an existing unit or register with Auroville Activities. Consultants under Auroville Activities should contribute either

    a) 20% of turnover to City Services; or

    b) May present a balance sheet and then can contribute 33% of net profit.

    3) Aurovilians may not work for a business outside of Auroville. Under exceptional circumstances Aurovilians may work under the auspices of a specially designated Auroville unit that maintains the official relationship between the individual and the external business/activity. Such situations must first be approved by HRT.

    4) Guest Contributions. Each guest house can use up to 80% of the guest contributions that it collects as a budget.

    5) Contributions for Extra Maintenance. All units, guest houses, projects that give maintenances exceeding Rs. 13,000/month shall contribute to City Services 50% of the amount given that is above Rs. 13,000 (e.g., a unit giving maintenance of Rs. 20,000 would contribute an additional Rs. 3,500 to City Services. Rs. 20,000 – Rs. 13,000 = 7,000 x 50% = 3,500). This additional amount does not form part of the 33% contribution. These additional funds are meant for supplemental maintenance under the flexible maintenance scheme.

    6) Personal Contributions. Aurovilians shall contribute a minimum of Rs. 2,200 per month. Commercial units, projects and services are expected to contribute this amount for each Aurovilian working in the entity. This amount shall be considered part of the unit’s unspecified contribution to City Services. This contribution shall be waived for Aurovilians working full time for activities financed through City Services.

    7) Additional Allowances. Units, projects, and activities may contribute toward an allowance for education, housing, and personal emergencies which would be contributed to the Unity Fund or City Services. Contributions to these allowances are not an expense and may not count towards the contribution obligation to City Services. In other words, they must come from the percentage of profit that is not meant for City Services. These allowances will be administered according to policies agreed by BCC/FAMC.

    Units and projects may make a specified contribution for an individual directly. However, they must follow existing policies (e.g., a contribution for education must be routed through the Scholarship and Education Fund and a matching unspecified contribution of 50% must be made to this fund).

    8) Individuals who are able to work, but are not working according to the definition of work above are expected to register with HRT. If they do not have an acceptable reason for not working and have adequate personal income they should contribute for the full maintenance and cost of another working Aurovilian (currently Rs. 10,140/month). This may be reduced based on the situation of the individual.

  • Спасибо Алена!
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