From a recognitive social justice perspective this principle is expressed as:
Individuals have the right to be treated with dignity and respect and to have their individual cultural, social and knowledge systems valued.
…which, when interpreted for MSLE initiatives considers that
MSLE activities are mindful the rights of students to be treated fairly with dignity and respect, as well as their rights to obtain or withhold information…. and to have these rights recognised by institutions that expect compliance with institutional policies.
… and therefore, to achieve good practice in MSLE initiatives the ‘Rights’ principle is interpreted as: