The purpose of this list is to bridge the differences between Serbs in the homeland and Serbs born in the diaspora, be it in America, Australia, England, Canada, and other countries. These differences arise from our unique upbringing, and are reflected in our interests, mentality, and culture. This list is comprised of predominantly younger intellectuals in all areas - science, liberal arts, politics, law, economics, and others - who are tolerant of all races, creeds, and religions, who do not seek violence as a means to solve ethnic, political, philosophical, and economic disputes, who are moderate and nonjudgmental in their views, and who use valid, logical argumentation to justify their positions. This list hopes to promote friendship, mutual understanding, and an exchange of information among its members, as well as to offer support to the younger generations in Serbia in their efforts to overcome historical and political mistakes.
It is hoped that members will be stimulated to participate in civilized, intellectual debates on a diverse range of topics. It is encouraged that members provide commentary on or insights into present political events and occurrences, and if possible, contribute constructively to the solution of existing and newly-arisen problems in Serbia.
The language to be used on this list is English, Serbian, and other Serbian dialects. Any personal background information, such as occupation, education, etc., is appreciated from all new members, but is not required. Efforts to preserve one's national identity without advancing hatred, exclusivisim, and intolerance, is welcome.
This list is not solely for Serbs, but is open to all intellectuals throughout the world.