Our Human Rights Goals
ServCollab seeks to serve all humans with research that respects their dignity and supports their rights.
This includes advocating for fair and inclusive service experiences starting with fair and inclusive access to service, fair and inclusive service encounters, and fair and inclusive ability to exit the service.
ServCollab seeks to enable collaborations among researchers and organizations that span disciplinary and national boundaries in pursuit of...
diagnosing and treating humanity’s many service system problems,
access to the human and financial resources necessary for the success of such collaborations,
a deeper understanding of service systems,
a humane design science for service systems.
ServCollab seeks transformative reductions in human suffering and measurable improvements in human wellbeing.
Further, ServCollab seeks:
To measure both the quantities and qualities of service systems,
To foster standards of service that are adaptable and measurable across different service systems,
To evolve those service standards to better fulfill human potential.
Ways to Get Involved
Propose Service Research Projects that Can Improve Human Wellbeing
Human service systems (families, cities, nations, and organizations) often neglect or exclude some of the people within the system. How can such service system problems be reduced or prevented?
We need your help!
Please contact us to suggest a service research project.
Please recruit and encourage other collaborators to join this community.
Our Research Themes
Service inclusion is ServCollab’s first project area because a lack of inclusion is at the root and core of unjust human service systems.
Service research projects are needed that seek solutions to exclusionary and discriminatory.
Language enables human interactions. Unfortunately, language is often used to hurt other people.
ServCollab encourages projects that seek to create service language that researchers and human populations can use to understand and improve human well-being for all.
Because human life depends on Planet Earth, the service research field needs projects that balance serving human needs now with serving the needs of future generations by protecting the fragile service ecosystem of Planet Earth.
ServCollab seeks projects that describe the characteristics of a healthy human ecosystem on Planet Earth.