All IMC Jakarta working groups are not-for-profit. All contributions to IMC Jakarta are on a volunteer basis and no money shall be paid for Indymedia work.
All working groups recognize the importance of process to social change and are committed to the development of non-hierarchical and anti-authoritarian relationships, from interpersonal relationships to group dynamics. Therefore, they shall organize themselves collectively and be committed to the principle of consensus decision-making and the development of a direct, participatory democratic process that is transparent to those involved.
All working groups recognize that the contribution of an individual's labor is a prerequisite for participation in the decision making process of a working group or at a IMC Jakarta general meeting. Individuals who are not committing tangible labor to a IMC Jakarta working group are encouraged to share their views but may not "block" a consensus.
All working groups are committed to caring for one another and their respective communities both collectively and as individuals and will promote the sharing of resources knowledge, skills and equipment.
Whenever possible, all working groups shall be committed to the use of free software and open source code, in order to develop the digital infrastructure, and to increase the independence of themselves by not relying on proprietary software.
Openess: All working groups shall be committed to the principle of human equality, and shall not discriminate based upon race,spiritual belief, gender, age, class or sexual identity.Working groups are committed to the ideal of building diversity within their activities.