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For above all nations is humanity
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Studies on the principle of sharing 

A series of books, articles and interviews by STWR’s founder Mohammed Mesbahi examine the holistic meaning of the principle of sharing. 
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Latest posts from STWR   

View the most recent posts from STWR that includes our editorials, articles, book publications, events and other activities.  
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Join us on demonstrations

Join STWR on demonstrations and let’s together organise a historic mass movement for achieving Article 25 beyond borders!  
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Introductory web pages 

Photo credit: JazzmYn*, flickr creative commons

The following web pages provide an easily-digestible introduction to the 'what?', 'why?' and 'how?' of sharing the world's resources. 
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Sign the global call for sharing   

Add your voice to the growing demand for a fairer sharing of wealth, power and resources within and between countries.     
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Order book publications 

Browse the printed editions of STWR's books and publications available to be purchased online from our shopping page.
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Latest updates

Report / 13th February 2019

Environmental breakdown is a fundamental issue of justice, and calls for overall socioeconomic transformations that bring human activity to within environmentally sustainable limits while tackling inequalities and providing a high quality life to all, according to a new study by the Institute for Public Policy Research.

Blog / 9th February 2019

STWR teamed up with Cambridge University Amnesty International and the Cambridge Homeless Outreach Programme to outline the case for achieving the UN's longstanding vision of "better standards of life" for all. 

Blog / 8th February 2019

At the latest climate talks in Poland, there was no soothing balm when it came to addressing issues of international equity and climate change, writes Kevin Anderson for The Ecologist.

News / 8th February 2019

More than six in 10 children globally lack access to social protection, leaving them particularly vulnerable to falling into chronic poverty, reports the UN, warning also that some governments are cutting State cash entitlements amid continuing economic uncertainty. 

Article / 8th February 2019

We need a politics of finance for the 99 percent in which public and democratically accountable finance is used to invest in water, health care and education as well as ecologically sound industries, writes Lavinia Steinfort for the Transnational Institute.

News / 30th January 2019

Conflict-driven hunger is getting worse, according to a snapshot of the eight places in the world with the highest number of people in need of emergency food support, and the link between them is “all too persistent and deadly” according to a new report delivered to the UN Security Council.

“The time has come when we must demonstrate in our millions not against this or that, but on the basis of the goodwill and compassion that defines who we truly are” — Mohammed Mesbahi