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A full list of STWR's publications as well as related news, articles and blogs can be found below. You can filter the content using the 'category' or 'topics' links in the menu on the left. 

Article / 30th July 2015

Share The World’s Resources (STWR) have published a flagship publication on the need for a massive mobilisation of civil society to end hunger and life-threatening poverty as an overriding priority for the world’s governments, which will require an unprecedented uprising of ordinary people on behalf of the least privileged among us.

Article / 29th July 2015

Wenn es uns ein Anliegen ist, die andauernde, und auch kriminelle Hungersnot in einer Welt des Überflusses zu beenden,  können wir unser Handeln nicht nur auf unser Land oder unsere Gemeinde beschränken. Stattdessen sollten wir das Teilen der Nahrungsmittel auf einer globalen Ebene ins Auge fassen, vor allem hinsichtlich einer Politik, den Hunger abzuschaffen, sagt Mohammed Mesbahi

Blog / 29th July 2015

Compartir Los Recursos Del Mundo (STWR) ha editado una nueva publicación importante sobre la necesidad de una movilización masiva de la sociedad civil para terminar con el hambre y la pobreza que ponen en peligro la vida, como una prioridad absoluta para los gobiernos del mundo, lo que requerirá un levantamiento sin precedentes de la gente común en nombre de los menos privilegiados entre nosotros.

Article / 10th July 2015

The Catholic Church has embraced a radical position on sharing the world’s resources, one that we would all do well to heed and ponder. But the real significance of Laudato Si’ is its powerful message on the centrality of ending poverty for healing the wider crises of climate change and environmental degradation.

Blog / 1st July 2015

A call for sharing the world’s resources is being heard almost everywhere today, and is consistently at the heart of civil society demands for a better world. But too often, this mutual concern is understood and couched in implicit terms, without acknowledging the urgency of realising a fairer sharing of wealth, power and resources as a solution to humanity’s problems.​