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Blog / 25th October 2018

Top corporations continue to accrue revenues far in excess of most governments, figures compiled by Global Justice Now show. Comparing 2017 revenues, 69 of the top 100 economic entities are corporations rather than governments. 

Blog / 25th October 2018

The University of Manchester’s Professor Kevin Anderson responds to the latest report from the Inter-Governmental Panel on Climate Change.

Event / 12th November 2018
Kent, United Kingdom

Kent University are hosting a talk and discussion by STWR about the radical vision for global justice that is contained within the Universal Declaration of Human Rights – particularly Article 25, which proclaims the right of everyone to an adequate standard of living.

The Universal Declaration of Human Rights turns 70 this year, but few people are aware of its radical implications for achieving a better world. In this talk by Share The World's Resources (STWR), a political campaigning group based in London, we will discuss the contemporary relevance of the United Nations founding document of human rights - particularly its 25th Article, which proclaims the right of everyone to an adequate standard of living.
Event / 5th November 2018
Surrey, United Kingdom

A talk by STWR at Kingston University will discuss the contemporary relevance of the United Nations founding document of human rights - particularly its 25th Article, which proclaims the right of everyone to an adequate standard of living. 

Blog / 12th October 2018

World leaders will meet in Geneva next week to start negotiating a new international law to ensure companies respect human rights and the environment in their global operations. But a lack of support from European governments is putting this vital United Nations treaty at risk.