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Get involved

Without massive pressure from civil society, governments are unlikely to prioritise the urgent needs of the majority world and transform the global economy. Below is a list of ways in which you can get involved in STWR’s work and be part of the growing, diverse movement for economic sharing and justice.

Page / Thursday, 7th March 2019

Find out more information about our current campaigning initiatives and events. You can sign up to join us on demonstrations for Article 25; download campaign resources to organise your own activities and protest actions; and view a list of upcoming events that STWR will be attending or host. 

Page / Thursday, 28th February 2019

You are welcome to download the materials on this page for use in creating your own Article 25 campaigns. This includes protest placards for demonstrations; posters you can display in universities or your local communities; and postcards to distribute or send as mail. 

Page / Thursday, 28th November 2013

If you haven't done so already, you can sign up to our occasional newsletter, ‘like’ our page on Facebook, or follow us on Twitter. We encourage you to republish our posts on your own social networking sites and spark a debate with your family and friends about the cause for global sharing. 

Page / Tuesday, 26th November 2013

There are many ways in which you can raise awareness about STWR’s research and activities by distributing our information, or by helping to promote the ideas we present on economic sharing more directly within your own work. View this page for more ideas about how you can get involved in our activities. 

Page / Thursday, 21st November 2013

If you agree with the need to catalyse a global movement of citizens that embrace sharing as a common cause, please sign and promote STWR’s 'global call for sharing' statement. By this means, any individual or organisation can help spark public awareness and a wider debate on the importance of sharing in economic and political terms.